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Stephenson mews, 31 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin: living room with sunken seating area and hearth

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Stephenson, Sam (1933-2006)
NOTES: This mews house was converted by Sam Stephenson into a home for himself and his family.

Stephenson mews, 31 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin: the entrance courtyard

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Stephenson, Sam (1933-2006)
NOTES: This mews house was converted by Sam Stephenson into a home for himself and his family.

Stephenson mews, 31 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin: the entrance hall

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Stephenson, Sam (1933-2006)
NOTES: This mews house was converted by Sam Stephenson into a home for himself and his family.

Stephenson mews, 31 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin: the flight of stairs from the dining room on the first-floor level

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Stephenson, Sam (1933-2006)
NOTES: This mews house was converted by Sam Stephenson into a home for himself and his family.

Stephenson mews, 31 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin: the dining room on first-floor level

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Stephenson, Sam (1933-2006)
NOTES: This mews house was converted by Sam Stephenson into a home for himself and his family.

Stephenson mews, 31 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin: the kitchen

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Stephenson, Sam (1933-2006)
NOTES: This mews house was converted by Sam Stephenson into a home for himself and his family.

Stephenson mews, 31 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin: the dressing room behind the hollowed out brick bedwall of the master bedroom

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Stephenson, Sam (1933-2006)
NOTES: This mews house was converted by Sam Stephenson into a home for himself and his family.

Stephenson mews, 31 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin: the master bedroom with the hollowed out brick bedwall accommodating the dressing room

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Stephenson, Sam (1933-2006)
NOTES: This mews house was converted by Sam Stephenson into a home for himself and his family.

Stephenson mews, 31 Fitzwilliam Place, Dublin: the breakfast room

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Stephenson, Sam (1933-2006)
NOTES: This mews house was converted by Sam Stephenson into a home for himself and his family.
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