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Sonas, 19 Brennanstown Vale, Brennanstown Road, Foxrock, Dublin 18, D18 R5P2

€1,995,000 - Asking Price For Sale by Private Treaty 362 sqm approx

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Kinvara, 2 Temple Road, Dartry, Dublin 6

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From 1909 Mr L.C. Money defined the upper middle class as those earning more than £700. From the 1901 Census, for instance, we learn that the residents of Temple Road, Rathmines, were at the upper end of the social scale. Five were members of the higher professions, six were proprietors of large businesses, such as George Jacob, the biscuit manufacturer, and five widows and two single ladies had independent means. All the households employed servants, with eleven having two, two houses having three and three households, four: two employed a male servant, which was considered a status symbol. Louie Bennett said of Temple Road in the 1880’s, it “was the refuge of highly respectable business people, anxious to escape from the social zone allotted to the world of trade and commerce” and of the people “we wore good manners all the time”

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Sherry FitzGerald and Hunters Estate Agent are honoured to present to the market this stunning double fronted regency home with spectacular views of Dublin Bay. This grande dame of the Monkstown seafront boasts circa 5,000sq.ft of generously proportioned accommodation with a wealth of stunning period features throughout. Built in circa 1830 the property was originally fully refurbished by the current owners in the early 1980’s and then updated again during the 1990’s. Throughout the house great care has been taken to source the best of design and craftsmanship to create a wonderful juxtaposition of old and new. This exceptional property is a landmark on this stretch of the seafront due to its unique projecting first floor bay window which affords the lucky owners with spectacular views.

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