Number Two Pery Square, built in 1838, is rated as one of the best examples of Georgian architecture in Limerick.
Located in Pery Square in the heart of Georgian Limerick, a short walk from Colbert Railway Station and Limerick City Gallery of Art.
The Georgian House and Garden have been carefully and lovingly restored to recreate its original guise.
Enjoy the stunning grandeur of its marbled walls, ornate plaster and amazing rooms which contrast greatly with the unique servants quarters on the mezzanine over the kitchen.
The Georgian townhouse garden has been reinstated to its original design and layout as per the 1840 O.S. map, using plants, which are in keeping with the period. Very few of these gardens are still in existence and none in Ireland are open to the public.
Also housed at 2, Pery Square is the Carrol Collection, a collection of family heirlooms from over five generations dating from the 1700s to the 1920s. The collection includes items the Boer War, the two World Wars and a frock coat once worn by Napoleon III of Spain.