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East Grove House, Great Island, Co. Cork

East Grove House is located at the South East end of Great Island and faces the river adjacent to East Grove Marina. The current house is circa 1830 but parts of the house including out buildings are much older. The project was purchased by Lewis and Loretta Glucksman in 2000 and renovations included conservation, repairs and alterations to the existing house, upgrading of out buildings and provision of new outdoor covered swimming pool.

Client: Lewis and Loretta Glucksman
Main Contractor:  PMF Construction.
Status: Works to the house were completed in 2003.


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