Irish Formula 1 legend Eddie Irvine is selling the Dalkey mansion Matt Damon for over 3 million euros

EDDIE IRVINE deposited over 3 million euros after selling his plush Dalkey pad.

The ex-Formula 1 star eventually found a buyer for the mansion in south Dublin – complete with a huge pool, hot tub and some breathtaking views of Dublin Bay.

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Eddie Irvine during his Ferrari days
The deck area

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The deck area
In the villa

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In the villa

The Belfast Telegraph reports that the native Co. Down had been looking for a buyer for the property for several years and finally dumped the impressive mansion in mid-April for a tidy sum of over 3 million euros.

The new owner can enjoy a games room with snooker and pool tables, as well as a large wooden deck area for grilling.

That being said, Hollywood A-lister Matt Damon and his family stayed there during a Covid-19 lockdown last year. The actor described his time in Ireland as “like a fairy tale”.

The superstar was full of praise for Dublin and said, “It’s amazing, one of the most beautiful places we’ve been to.”

DAMON IN THE DALKEY

Damon also admitted that he “laughed so hard” when he realized the Dalkey residents were protecting him from questions from the international press.

He said at the time, “I know, I heard this story, laughed so much, and then I realized how great this place was and how protective everyone is here.

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The 55-year-old Irvine made a name for himself as a Formula 1 driver – between 1993 and 2002.

He lost the 1999 world title by just two points to Mika Hakkinen, but he helped Ferrari win the constructors’ championship that season

He retired from F1 in 2002, but had built a huge real estate portfolio in competition. He recently sold a number of properties in the exclusive Venetian Islands area of ​​Miami, Florida.

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