47 Middle Abbey Street, Dublin

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Posted on November 30, 2012, in Architecture, Art, Dublin, Ireland, Photography and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 46 Comments.

  1. Wow, that is an amazing house – must have looked real grand when it was new! I really like the first pic, of the door. Thanks for sharing these 🙂

  2. That is amazing Conor and very interesting! Thanks

  3. Northern Narratives

    Amazing door, won’t mind one like that myself 🙂

  4. Love old doors! Fun captures Conor.

  5. Beautiful and odd all at once. Certainly unique. 🙂

  6. What is the story behind the house?

  7. Incredible. I am sorry I missed it when I was in Dublin. A reason to go back!

  8. Wouldnt mind the door knocker but not sure about the rest though bit too crazy for my tastes.

  9. House looks great though, it’s so sad these buildings are just let fall into disrepair. At least this tenant looked after it. Would be good to know how the case came out. A job for the ‘occupy’ protesters 🙂

  10. Nice photographs. “Conor’s back”…

  11. Distance Landaverde

    Awesome! It’s been awhile since I’ve done a watercolor landscape…well since i posted one anywho, but you have inspired a spark my friend…let’s see what comes of it.

  12. Is this a one-off and a private residence? I wonder what the neighbours think!

  13. Amazing! I love the patterns and colours here. I wonder what kind of people live there.

  14. Apparently the guy who lives there has been squatting there for decades. He’s an artist and has whole rooms that are “installations” One of them is just a room full of barbed wire. Most of the house is in disrepair apparently and he just maintains one section of it as a living area.

  15. I always admire that building!!

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