charming Victorian red brick house

charming Victorian red brick house

cliona

 

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home is full of period detail, high ceilings, elaborate plaster work, working marble fireplaces and a large bright hall.We love art, antiques, books and music and that is reflected in our home. Ranelagh is one of the most popular residental areas in Dublin as it is well served with restarants, cafes and bars as well as excellent shoppping and it is only minutes from the city center as it is well served by public transport.

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More about us

  1. I am a single mother with a 20 year old son.

  2. I am a lawyer and am involved in renovating property.

  3. We love traveling to new places and our particular interests are in art, music, fashion, particularly ethnic and antique , Architecture and of course food.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
L'Ecrivain- Michelin Star restaurant, Peploes- sophisticated food in buzzy setting, Dunne & Crescenzi, fantastic Italian cuisine in lively surrondings.
Cool bars
The Bailey, Davy Byrnes, Cafe en Seine, Horseshoe Bar, Ice Bar, Dakota Bar.
Cozy cafés
Cinnamon Cafe ,Queen of Tarts, The Cake Cafe, Cafe Fresh.
Retail therapy
Brown Thomas, Avoca, Powerscourt Townhouse, Kilkenny Design.
Bit of culture
National Gallery, Concert Hall, Abbey theater, Chester Beatty Library, O'Donohoes - Traditional Irish Music, Guinness Hop Store,O2 -Rock venue .
Walks in the park
Palmerston Park, Merrion Square, Botanic Gardens, Phoenix Park, The Grand Canal cycling route.k, THE g
Spot of exercise
Sailing in Dun Laoire, tennis in local clubs. local golf clubs, horse riding, and many nearby gyms
Day tripping
To beautiful County Wicklow, Glendalough, Blessington Lakes, Howth an old fishing port and there are always plenty of festivals happening in Dublin City and nearby.

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