McFeely home goes on market after ruling

Tue, Nov 20, 2012, 00:00

Following yesterday’s High Court ruling, Tom McFeely’s family home on Dublin’s Ailesbury Road has gone on sale through estate agents Colliers International.

The property has an asking price of €3 million.

The advertisement for the McFeelys’ former home, at 2 Ailesbury Road, Ballsbridge, Dublin, is available on myhome.ie. Viewing is by appointment only with the agents.

Coolbawn is described as being located in a “top Dublin 4 address” with “period features” and “electronic security gates”.

Described as an “imposing red brick period residence”, the house spans 473sq m (5,100sq ft), with “imposing accommodation set out over three floors”.

The house at the Ballsbridge end of Ailesbury Road has five bedrooms, a kitchen, living room, breakfast room, study, dining room, drawing room, family room and several bathrooms.

The house is described as having period features, timber floors, cast-iron fireplaces, decorative cornicing and French doors.

The advertisement says “the property will require some refitting and modernisation and presents an ideal opportunity for the new owner to create a home of distinction in one of Dublin 4’s finest residential roads”.

The brochure says the front garden is set out in lawn with mature hedging surrounding it, with a garage to the side and a small walled garden to the rear.

The house is in the catchment area of a number of Dublin’s private schools, including St Andrew’s College, Blackrock College and St Michael’s College.