Number 9/9a Aungier Street, which dates from around 1670 is considered the oldest, most intact domestic building in the city. It is one of the first buildings erected in the Aungier Estate, Dublin’s first planned development, pre-dating the construction of Georgian Dublin.
Less than 20 years ago, the house, now considered one of the most important in the city’s architectural heritage, was on the verge of collapse. It has since undergone repairs to the unusual m-shaped roof and strengthening to its internal timber structure.
The building is a Registered National Monument as well as a Protected structure and forms part of our property portfolio.