Hurl of Aldborough: Clare GAA sponsor picks up Portland Row mansion

Pat O'Donnell, the machinery tycoon whose business is synonymous with Clare hurling, has snapped up Aldborough House in Dublin, a historic Georgian building that has fallen into disrepair

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Ian Kehoe

21st September, 2014
Aldborough House on Portland Row in Dublin Picture: Feargal Ward

Pat O'Donnell, the machinery tycoon whose business is synonymous with Clare hurling, has snapped up Aldborough House in Dublin, a historic Georgian building that has fallen into disrepair.

O'Donnell, whose company is one of the main suppliers of construction machinery in Ireland, has acquired the listed building from Bank of Ireland through a pre-pack receivership deal.

Located on Portland Row in north Dublin city, Aldborough House was the last great Georgian mansion built in Dublin,...

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