Samuel Beckett’s childhood home in Foxrock for €3.8mhttps://t.co/gRkfpQVqFr
— Glenn Johnston (@johnstonglenn) May 19, 2022
Cooldrinagh, Kerrymount Avenue, Foxrock, county Dublin.
Via Irish Times:
Interiors are elegant and refined. The five reception rooms, some of which have impressive and highly detailed marble fireplaces and wall panelling, have superb views of one of the real selling points of the property – the gardens.
When the Beckett family lived at the imposing Edwardian house, they employed a gardener called Christy, who also gets a mention in the Samuel Beckett play, though as a whip-wielding dung carrier. His legacy is still alive today in the acre of magical gardens that have grown and matured over the past 119 years, since the Edwardian three-bay house was constructed.