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Galliard Homes sees Carlow House as London’s response to New York’s most fashionable residences – loft schemes with greenery and glass-roofed atrium gardens.
The building will showcase the very best of the historic and the new, with a grand period façade housing brand-new designer homes.
Located on the 0.48 acre site of a bakery dating back to 1886, Carlow House was formerly a 1930s Edwardian brick warehouse which served as a railway ticket exchange and supplies warehouse for the newly-formed London Passenger Transport Board (London Underground).
Guided tours feature visits to the Gardens and the Temple of Isis, conducted by Miss Olivia Robertson, the well known artist and writer.County Carlow is known as “The Celtic Centre of Ireland” because of the sheer number of Celtic monuments and historical sites located here.Many of the county’s abbeys and castles still survive.Originally a stronghold of the Anglo-Normans, Carlow’s strategic position has ensured it a significant role in the turbulent history of Ireland.
During the 1798 Rising, over six hundred nationalist rebels were massacred here.After dark, Carlow provides a wide range of evening entertainment options to suit all tastes and pockets.