An historic church hidden away in Portobello (Dublin 8) is currently up for sale.
Rev. Patrick Comerford has written a bit about the building’s history:
The granite-block former Kingsland Place Church was designed by John McCurdy in 1870 for the Primitive Wesleyan Methodist Church, and opened in 1871. From the 1950s, the church was used as the Women’s Employment Exchange, and it stands as a reminder of another religious minority that has been lost to this part of Dublin.
It’s yours for €850,000 via Douglas Newman Good.