May 6, 2021
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Legendary presenter Gerry Ryan’s former Clontarf home up for sale for €2m

The former family home of the late broadcaster Gerry Ryan and his former wife Morah is up for sale for €2 million.

The home on Castle Avenue, Clontarf, has been advertised by estate agent Karen Mulvaney Property.

Registry of Deeds records show the couple had taken out a mortgage on the property with Irish Life and Permanent in 2002.

Legendary presenter Gerry Ryan died suddenly in April 2010. He had moved out of the family home at that stage, having split with Morah in 2008.

A decision has now been made to sell the home, which was listed online yesterday.

According to the real estate listing, 18 Castle Avenue – described as a “majestic property” – was built around 1760 and has five bedrooms, three bathrooms and comprises 266 square metres.

It boasts an entrance hallway and two “very grand” reception rooms on either side of the front door.

It boasts an entrance hallway and two “very grand” reception rooms on either side of the front door.

“Upstairs lies a large landing with feature window which spans over two floors and original fanlight,” according to the listing.

“There are four spacious double bedrooms and one single on this level, an amazing bathroom with free-standing tub and star-lit walk-in shower.”

The master bedroom has a hidden walk-in wardrobe and en suite.

“Rarely does an opportunity like this come to market to purchase one of the most beautiful homes in Clontarf,” it adds.

“The attention to detail is like no other and the interior design is beyond perfection.”

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