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IMG 5459-001-4 Castle Street

IMG 5459-001-4 Castle Street
Built 1820-1840. Info from www.dublincivictrust.ie/building-projects/4-castle-street

Tucked away on a quiet thoroughfare skirting the walls of Dublin Castle is the Trust’s most recently refurbished building. Saved from demolition in 1996 and refurbished over a three-year period, Number 4 Castle Street is the perfect example of a Dublin merchant shop house and is the only surviving Georgian house on what was one of the medieval city’s most important streets. Fully restored to its former glory, this handsome building is one of the last of its type and period to remain intact, now dynamically adapted as home to a variety of digital media and marketing agencies.

The architecture of Number 4 is typical of the late Georgian, Dublin classical style, rising four storeys over basement with a shop to the ground floor. It features a quietly elegant façade of good quality lime-wigged yellow brick, well-proportioned timber sash windows which decrease in size as they ascend the building, and granite window sills and parapet coping.

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