Eddie Irvine is selling a stunning five bedroom Dublin mansion that Matt Damon has been locked in for 3.5 million euros

The stunning five-bedroom Dublin mansion that Hollywood star Matt Damon stayed in while filming in Ireland last year sold for a whopping 3.5 million euros.

‘Ischia’, a breathtakingly beautiful house on Sorrento Road, just a stone’s throw from the sea and beautiful Killiney Bay, was built by and belongs to former Formula 1 racing driver Eddie Irvine.

The property is located in Dalkey, one of the most exclusive areas in Dublin. The Bono from U2 and the music stars Enya and Van Morrison live in the pretty suburban village by the sea.

Irvine had used the beautiful home as a short-term luxury rental to attract executives or celebrities, and the ultra-modern 5,000-square-foot home is quiet, private, and luxurious.

According to the register, an off-market sale on April 15 was worth a whopping 3.5 million euros.

A quick look at the stunning property will tell you why someone was willing to peel so much on the coveted mansion.

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On the ground floor, the property consists of steps up to the front door which lead to a large dining area with a cloakroom on the left. Spectacular, fully integrated light-flooded kitchen.

The ground floor accommodation comprises five generous double rooms, four of which are ensuite and there is a master bathroom.

There’s also a sauna and hot tub, while wooden decks with extensive seating and a BBQ area surround the floodlit heated pool.

The playroom opens to the external pool area, which has a bar counter and a snooker table.

There are wooden decks with extensive seating and a BBQ area around the heated floodlit pool. The upstairs accommodation opens to a beautiful living area with panoramic sea views.

There is an independent office area next to the living area.

The property is fully alarmed while there is gas central heating and ample parking.

The house is accessed from a shared private driveway through tall electric gates.

Despite its eye-catching design, a tall tree bench completely obscures the property from Sorrento Road, an exclusive area known for more traditional homes.

The beaches of White Rock and Killiney, a number of parks, wonderful restaurants, cafes and bars are in close proximity.

Dalkey has excellent transport links, including the DART and the M50, which are just a short drive away. There are also several bus connections to the city center and the Aircoach, which goes directly to Dublin Airport.

The stunning property was also the home of Hollywood star Matt Damon and his family after being stranded in Ireland last year amid the Covid-19 pandemic.

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The Oscar winner flew to Dublin in March last year to shoot scenes for his next film, The Last Duel, which will be directed by Ridley Scott.

But he was trapped in the country when US President Donald Trump banned flights between Europe and the United States.

His presence here and his frequent appearances in the Dalkey area caused a serious stir, adding much-needed cheers to an otherwise dark and uncertain time.

Despite the unfortunate circumstances in which he was stuck here, Matt and his family made the most of their lockdown in Dalkey. The actor described the coastal city as “one of the most beautiful places we have ever been”.

Speaking to the Spin 1038 Breakfast Show ‘Fully Charged with Graham and Nathan’ during his stay with Damon, Damon said, “We have this amazing facility in this place, it’s just absolutely amazing.

“Even in the lock, they’re like staying within two miles of your house. I mean, two miles from here are curls and forests and woods and oceans. I can’t think of any other place you’d prefer would have. ” want to be within a two-kilometer radius.

“We were supposed to go last week because the film should be finished now, but we’re staying until the end of the children’s school year just because it’s so peaceful here and everyone is so good at it street, everyone takes care of all the guidelines”

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