Morehampton Road, Dublin

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Morehampton Road (Irish: Bóthar Morehampton) is a road running through Donnybrook in Dublin, Ireland. It runs from the junction of Upper Leeson Street and Sussex Road to Donnybrook Road. It meets Wellington Place, Herbert Park and Marlborough Road.

Herbert Park, Dublin

The Road is known for its examples of large Victorian townhouses.[1] The Grove wildlife sanctuary is also located on the road, occupying 0.5 hectares at the corner of Wellington Place. The site was donated to the state by Miss Kathleen Goodfellow.[2]

Éamon de Valera lived on the nearby Morehampton Terrace from 1910.[3]

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Further reading[edit]

  • M. Donnelly. Short Histories of Dublin Parishes, part 2.

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Coordinates: 53°14′N 6°10′W / 53.24°N 06.16°W / 53.24; -06.16