Harolds Cross gets its name, according to F. E. Ball in his History of County Dublin, from a cross erected to mark the extent of the lands of the Archbishop of Dublin and to warn the Harold family of Rathfarnham not to encroach. Harolds Grange is named after the same former Viking family. Jun 20, 2008 Quaker cottages in Harolds Cross Home Forums Ireland Quaker cottages in Harolds Cross This topic contains 32 replies, has 11 voices, and was last updated by Anonymous 10 years, 2 months ago.
Harolds Cross Cottages, Dublin, Ireland. 3 likes 108 were here. Local Business Harolds Cross NS is a vibrant, dynamic educational community which provides a first class education for the children of the Harolds Cross community and beyond. Our families come not only form Harold Cross, Terenure, Rathgar, Kimmage and Crumlin but also from across five continents.
Harolds Cross is steeped in history, the area played a major part during the Irish civil war, as one of the revolutionary leaders Cathal Brugha hide here from the British. The nearby Harolds Cross Park is lovely for a walk and has a children's playground.
Whats not to like about this artisan city centre cottage that has been immaculately refurbished by its current owner since buying back in 2005. The footprint has been cleverly reorganised to include a rock n roll shower room, two bedrooms, separate kitchen, clever decked roof terrace for summer livin and a living room with super May 06, 2014 There are 13 beautiful old charm artisan cottages, all very well kept.
The square is very quiet with mainly all professionals living in it. Because of its location& the fact that its harolds cross, rents are high& are steadily climbing. Greenmount Sq. is the hidden gem of Harold's cross D6w! Harold's Cross Dublin. Oct 30 John Flynn is on Facebook.
Join Facebook to connect with John Flynn and others you may know. Facebook gives people the power to share and makes the world MURPHY MULLAN ESTATE AGENTS are delighted to bring to the market this superb three bed duplex property situated in this. Today Harold's Cross is a bustling thoroughfare, and although it is now a suburb on the south side of Dublin, it was once known as 'the best little town in Ireland being completely selfsufficient, with schools, churches, shops, pubs, hospital, orphanage, convents, monastery, cinema, a major cemetery, mills and Harolds cross cottages history of halloween, park, canal, The recollections of Sally Scottand Sibal n Dhubhlin, both residents of Harolds Cross for many years, with some added information from Thoms directories.
Although Harolds Cross has a history going back several hundred years, we will describe here the village as it was in the 1940s and 1950s. Harold's Cross is served by Harold's Cross National School, Saint Clare's Primary School and Scoil Malga (a Gaelscoil). History [ edit Much of the local industry during the 19th century revolved around the old mills which were located on the River Poddle and associated channels.
Address: Harolds Cross Phone: Area: South Central Area Category: Southside Neighbourhood Parks Enquiries: (01) 222 5278. Facilities. Historical; Leisure Walks; Playground This 1.
25 hectare (3 acres) park was developed in 1894 by the Rathmines Rathgar Commissioners and officially opened on May 1st 1894. Harold's Cross Stadium was a greyhound racing stadium in the south Dublin city district of Harold's Cross, owned and operated by the Irish Greyhound Board. Facilities included a grandstand restaurant, carvery, a number of bars, Postwar history