Design + Construction Management

14 Clarendon Street, Dublin

14 Clarendon Street, Dublin

14 Clarendon Street is a Dutch Billy typology which has survived behind a C20th re-built façade c. 1930. The property retains extensive timber panelling and cornicing to its interior extending from entrance level to the upper floors. The focal point of the property is the panelled stairwell with a closed string staircase, Doric column newel posts, pine handrail over turned balustrading. The property has been extensively refurnished to provide a city centre residence with separate access and external amenity over a commercial retail unit.

Davy Property Holdings
Shaffrey Associates
Quantity Surveyor
Austin Reddy & Company
M&E Engineer
Richard Dixon
C&S Engineer
McCrae Consulting Engineers (formerly LMC Consulting Engineers)
Fire Safety Engineer
John McCarthy
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