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Airs and graces: The loft at No28 The Warehouse

Airs and graces: The loft at No28 The Warehouse

Lounging room at the Grainstore

Lounging room at the Grainstore

Open plan again at No6 The Pierre in the former dancefloor of the old Dun Laoighaire Hotel

Open plan again at No6 The Pierre in the former dancefloor of the old Dun Laoighaire Hotel

The dining area at the Grain Store loft

The dining area at the Grain Store loft

Arches and open spaces at Convent Hall's loft penthouse

Arches and open spaces at Convent Hall's loft penthouse

A serene bedroom at Convent Hall

A serene bedroom at Convent Hall

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Airs and graces: The loft at No28 The Warehouse

Since 1999 people have been falling over themselves to buy or rent a home in the old Crowe and Wilson clothing factory at Clanbrassil Terrace in Dublin 8’s Blackpitts district.

The red-brick factory which was built in the 1940s, was once a mighty centre of city employment; to the extent that a 1960’s newspaper advert announcing the sale of O’Beirne’s pub as far away as 1 Usher’s Quay actually cited the Crowe and Wilson workforce as a selling point for the property.


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