A VICTORIAN RECTORY WITH A COACH HOUSE IN THE IRISH COUNTRYSIDE
This 3,670-square-foot Victorian house, known as the Old Rectory, was built in the late 1870s and used as a rectory until the mid-20th century. It is a 10-minute walk from the village of Ashford, in County Wicklow, about 30 miles from Dublin's city center.
The front door, which is original to the house, opens onto a small entryway and, beyond that, a foyer. To the right are the dining room, a fam
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