Baroma

Owner / Occupier Information:

Perry family lived here.
Part of the ground was CPO’ed in 1936.

L. Perry, “Baroma,” Kimmage Road, lower, Harold’s Cross, Dublin, wholesale fruit merchant, a settlement was announced providing for the payment of £100, together with medical and hospital expenses and costs.

Marriage of Basil Perry and Joan Tiernan in 1944. Son of Frank and Catherine Perry.
1946 CPO for terenure housing scheme.
1947 MArket Gardens in Baroma
1948 31st March – Catherine (Kit) Perry death.
1948 September – Maureen Perry and Richard Geoghegan married.
1956 – Death of Francis Leo (Frank) Perry aged 85. was a former extensive market gardener and farmer in Crumlin, Kimmage and Clondalkin. Well known in sporting circles, he figured prominently as a hurker footballer and skater in his youth. In later years he was a noted clay pigeon shot, winning Irish championships. He represented Ireland in internations and was a life member of the Irish Clay Pigeon Association.
1965 – Attempt to get planning to build petrol station on site.
1967 – Beautiful detached 3 reception. 5 bedroom residence on llj acre of gardens for sale.
1972 – Looking for Liquor licence for pub on site by Sweeney brother from Robin hood.
1973 – Licence rejected despite planning permission being allowed.
1978 – Kevin Molloy of Southside Taverns living in “Dollard” Clonsilla tried to get licence to create pub at this location.
1981 – Westside Taverns looked for permission to build 16 flats at site.
1982 – Flats being sold. Create by Hora Construction. To be completed in December 1982. £30000.


Appears in the following maps:
Building Details
Address: 298 Lower Kimmage Road
Longitude: -6.29527771681374
Latitude: 53.31509837089417
Kimmage Road Lower
Still exists: No Date built: 1936(at least) 1982(Converted to Flats)