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8 Royse Road, Phibsborough, D7

8 Royse Road, Phibsborough, D7

Deire Ré, 18a Infirmary Road, Stoneybatter, D7

Deire Ré, 18a Infirmary Road, Stoneybatter, D7

19 Connaught Parade, Phibsborough, D7

19 Connaught Parade, Phibsborough, D7

27 Ross Street, Stoneybatter, D7

27 Ross Street, Stoneybatter, D7

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8 Royse Road, Phibsborough, D7

8 Royse Road, Phibsborough

€650k Sherry Fitzgerald Phibsborough (01) 8603956

In 1901, 52-year-old widow Frances Whelan lived in No8 Royse Road with her seven children. It would have been a tight squeeze, as that was long before a recent extension which brought the floor area up to 1,227 sq ft.

Tucked away in a cul-de-sac off Phibsborough Road, this beautifully restored house integrates modern kitchen and bathroom fittings with original wooden floors, fireplaces and coving. Off the hall are two reception rooms, a guest WC and a kitchen/diner with doors to a 38ft long back garden. There are two bedrooms and a bathroom upstairs.

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Deire Ré, 18a Infirmary Road, Stoneybatter, D7

Deire Ré, 18a Infirmary Road, Stoneybatter, D7

Deire Ré, 18a Infirmary Road, Stoneybatter, D7

Deire Ré, 18a Infirmary Rd, Stoneybatter

€390k Gillespie Lowe Group (01) 406 0000

There’s nothing infirmary about this end-of-terrace house located a stone’s throw from Phoenix Park. As it was built in 1999, the house was appropriately named ‘Deire Ré’ which translates as ‘end of an era’. Refurbished in 2015, the 716 sq ft property is in good condition with a kitchen/diner, bathroom and one bedroom on the ground floor.

Upstairs is another bedroom and a living room, deliberately located on the upper floor to take full advantage of the view over Phoenix Park. There’s off-street parking to the rear, while it’s a short stroll to Stoneybatter’s hipster cafés, bars and restaurants.

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19 Connaught Parade, Phibsborough, D7

19 Connaught Parade, Phibsborough, D7

19 Connaught Parade, Phibsborough, D7

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19 Connaught Parade, Phibsborough

€357,750 McDonald & Company (01) 860 1392

At one end of Connaught Street in Phibsborough is a row of cottages continuing into a small cul-de-sac to the side. Called Connaught Parade, these cottages were built at the turn of the last century to house Dublin tram workers. Today a much speedier kind of tram — the red Luas line — runs from here to the city in zip time. No19 has been extended to 635 sq ft with a living room, kitchen/diner, two bedrooms and a bathroom. There’s also an enclosed rear courtyard and a host of trendy bars and cafés right on the doorstep.

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27 Ross Street, Stoneybatter, D7

27 Ross Street, Stoneybatter, D7

27 Ross Street, Stoneybatter, D7

27 Ross Street, Stoneybatter

€320k Murphy Mullan (01) 821 2311

Even before being named one of the world’s coolest neighbourhoods by Time Out in 2019, Stoneybatter had become known as a hipster haven. Located off Oxmantown Road, No27 Ross Street is a mid-terrace artisan cottage with a living room, kitchen, bathroom and two double bedrooms. While the windows are double-glazed throughout and there’s a new composite front door, the interiors could do with a little sprucing up, as could the walled courtyard garden outside, but it’s mostly cosmetic – unless new owners want to follow the example of some neighbours who’ve created ultra-modern city pads.


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