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Swept Away: Karroc's most alluring feature is this romantic staircase

Swept Away: Karroc's most alluring feature is this romantic staircase

A bedroom

A bedroom

A bathroom

A bathroom

Designed a la carte: the exterior is period influenced

Designed a la carte: the exterior is period influenced

A bedroom

A bedroom

The Tierney kitchen

The Tierney kitchen

The patio

The patio

Walnut floors are a feature of the receptions

Walnut floors are a feature of the receptions

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Swept Away: Karroc's most alluring feature is this romantic staircase

'Build your own luxury home" was the original concept behind the Myra Manor scheme in Malahide, Co Dublin which presented a then booming Dublin property market with a novel new concept when unveiled in 2004.

At the time Dublin had just seen the successful introduction of the 'millionaire's row' upmarket gated scheme. Buyers at that price level had hitherto mostly sought big period homes behind high walls and seldom ventured into the new house estate market.

But younger big earners who had grown up in the housing estates of the 1960s and 1970s, didn't want stuffy old homes needing major works and liked the idea of their kids having a safe place to play on the street in close proximity with other kids in a community.


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