Ceuta, named after the Spanish town in North Africa where the original owners spent their honeymoon,
was designed by the renowned Irish Architect Michael Scott. It had fallen into disrepair over the years
and was damp and not very well insulated. It was also of inadequate size for the new owner; a grand
niece of the honeymooners. During the refurbishment the house was extended to twice the original size
and the features of the façade and character of the interior were restored.
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