The derelict farmhouse in Lucan where Ana Kreigel was murdered in May last year should be demolished, according to a local councillor.
Work has begun to secure the site and stabilise Glenwood House according to the Irish Times.
Previous plans for the protected structure included a 62-bed nursing home.
The building would need to be taken off the protected structures list before it could be demolished.
Fianna Fáil's Howard Mahoney would like to see the property knocked and some kind of tribute put in its place;
"While it is a heritage building under the circumstances I think that it should be taken away, if some suitable agreement can come with the owners. I think its a site of such a horrible tragedy."
On Tuesday two boys were sentenced for the 14 year-old's murder.
BOY A was given a life sentence, which is to be reviewed after 12 years. He was also been sentenced to 8 years for aggravated sexual assault, which is to be served alongside the sentence for murder.
While BOY B was sentenced to 15 years, which will be reviewed after 8 years.