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Not Ryan it Gerry Ryan’s former family home taken off market after failing to sell for €2m

Despite high-end Dublin homes selling quickly, the Ryan home in Clontarf has failed to sell since being offered nine months ago.

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The house in Clontarf

The house in Clontarf

The house in Clontarf

The former family home of the late DJ Gerry Ryan has been taken off myhome.ie and daft.ie after failing to sell for €2m.

The Georgian mansion had €150,000 taken off its initial price, dropping to €1.85m, before it was pulled from the websites.

When Covid-19 hit in March last year, the property sector braced itself for values to plummet, but that has not materialised.

One of the most notable features of the market over the past year has been the surge in demand for properties in the €1m-plus bracket.

Despite high-end Dublin homes selling quickly, the Ryan home in Clontarf has failed to sell since being offered nine months ago.

When contacted by the Sunday Independent, estate agent Karen Mulvaney said she would not be making any comment.

Ryan, who died in 2010 at the age of 53, shared the house in the north Dublin coastal suburb with his wife Morah and their five children before the couple split in 2008.

The sudden death of the popular presenter shocked the nation.

He was one of RTÉ’s highest-paid stars, and it emerged he was under personal, financial and professional stress just before his death from heart failure.

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