Originally Posted by kildarejohn
[ However, I do believe the St Clare's Park address maybe a cottage built for ex-serviceman? .
If this was an ex-serviceman's house, then you may find some info in the thread "Houses for Heroes" on this forum. (just put that in search box). Post #21 in that thread mentions soldiers houses built Sandymount 1923. Post #31 includes photo of Sandymount houses.
Post #38 says "recognised the ones in Sandymount". So you might try PM to the relevant posters in that thread.[/QUOTE]
Having spent a bit of time on Google Street view, the only houses in Sandymount which match the distinctive architectural style in the photo I refer to in my previous post are in Seafort Gardens, and the part of Sandymount road opposite. If OP has a photo of his ancestors house then he/she can check if it matches with Seafort Gardens.