Number 2 Pery Square
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Built in 1838 by the Pery Square Tontine Company, this row of six terraced houses is regarded as the foremost surviving example of Georgian architecture in Ireland today. Most of the original woodwork, plasterwork and marbling remain intact in these beautifully preserved buildings. The impressive front doorways are expertly crafted from cut limestone. Other examples of Georgian architectural features can be found in the rear gardens. Ring for further details.