McFeely home goes on market after ruling
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.