A painting by the Dublin artist Aloysius O’Kelly, who travelled to Sudan to work as an illustrator in 1883, is to be auctioned

The sale of Deepwell, the former home of the Reihills of Tedcastle Oil, for just 20 per cent below the bullish asking price signals a boost at the upper end of the market. But will the new overseas buyers continue to offer tours of the beautiful Victorian house to avail of tax breaks?

Deepwell, in Dublin’s Blackrock, is a beautiful 'rus in urbe' Victorian property with Italianate gardens, a swimming pool and an asking price of €10 million. It’s also a section 482 property which means it is open to the public to view at certain times


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