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Ireland’s new most expensive home revealed

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Inniscorrig (Pics: Christie's)
Inniscorrig (Pics: Christie's)
Ireland’s new most expensive home revealed
Ireland’s new most expensive home revealed
Ireland’s new most expensive home revealed
Ireland’s new most expensive home revealed
Ireland’s new most expensive home revealed
Ireland’s new most expensive home revealed
Ireland’s new most expensive home revealed
Ireland’s new most expensive home revealed

Following on from the sale of No1 Sorrento Terrace for €10.5m earlier this month, another luxury property has appeared on the market for an equally sky high price.

The childhood home of actress Victoria Smurfit, Inniscorrig on Dalkey’s illustrious Coliemore Road is listed on Christie's for a whopping €10,500,000.

Pics: Dublin's most expensive house goes for €10.5million

The 536 square metre (5773 sq ft) property boasts its own private harbour, lodge house and .75 acres of land.

The tudor-style house overlooking Dublin bay and Dalkey Island was built in 1847 by Dublin physician Sir Dominic Corrigan, the man who diagnosed a condition now known as Corrigan’s Pulse, as a summer retreat.

The home boasts prominent guest such as England's King Edward VII and George V.

Read: Ireland’s ten most expensive houses for the mega-rich

The harbour includes a working winch, capable of lifting in a jet ski or small boat, and boasts a separate tidal swimming pool.

Inniscorrig on Christie's