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No, people aren't queueing to get into an estate agent's

It just kind of looks like they are.

Updated 4.30pm

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THERE WERE SOME eyebrows raised this afternoon after a large queue formed outside a Dublin city estate agents.

However, this isn’t a queue to view a bedsit or an apartment that is all located on top of a single kitchen counter.

Rather, the queue was part of the Open House weekend, which showcases some of the capital’s most impressive buildings.

Open House Dublin - Dublins Oldest Hou Source: sam boal

Specifically, this one is for 9/9a Aungier Street.

Open House Dublin - Dublins Oldest Hou Source: sam boal

The building survives from 1664, and was part of the Aungier Estate.

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Open House Dublin - Dublins Oldest Hou Source: sam boal

This was the first planned suburb outside the old walls of Dublin city.

Open House Dublin - Dublins Oldest Hou Source: sam boal

Its facade dates to the 1940s, so you have to go inside (through the estate agent’s) to see what gems lie beyond.

Read: Five amazing properties to get a peek into during Open House Dublin

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