Tuesday November 24, 2020

Victorian residence in Stillorgan comes with all mod cons

No 25 Arkle Square encompasses 92 square metres within The Chase, and was built in 1869 by shipping merchant Charles Sheils

25th October, 2020
The two-bed terraced house at 25 Arkle Square looks like a quaint country cottage at first glance

More akin to a quaint country cottage at first glance, this picturesque two-bedroom terraced home at 25 Arkle Square within The Chase in Stillorgan, South Co Dublin was built in 1869 by Charles Sheils, a shipping merchant and philanthropist from Killough Village in Co Down.

Arkle Square was the last of a series of five “almshouse” schemes designed by architect Sir Charles Lanyon for the Northern merchant, the first of which was built in his home village...

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