Sumary of Take a tour of Ireland’s most expensive home – No.73 on Dublin’s Ailesbury Road:
- The house, which has seven bedrooms and a three-hole putting green, is described as an ‘exceptional property’ by the real estate firm selling it, Colliers International – with a video tour it made proving the point.
- On the ground floor, there is a fireplace in the entrance hall, and the new owners will have the chance to wine and dine in a grand formal dining room.
- There’s also a formal drawing room, an ‘English style’ kitchen with a pantry, and a breakfast room looking out on the terrace.
- Butler made the property his private home, living in the residence from 1924 until 1942.Estate agents Catherine O’Connor and Marcus Magnier say the property is a ‘superb example of the classical architecture revival of its time’.