Kerry pile once seized from Dutch drug baron reduced to sell at auction

The Criminal Assets Bureau seized it in the year 2000 from Dutch drug dealer Jan Hendrik Ijpelaar

12th November, 2017
Glashnacree House in Co Kerry, which was seized by the Criminal Assets Bureau in 2000

Houses in Clontarf and Ranelagh in Dublin were among the lots to achieve prices of more than €500,000 at BidX1’s residential online auction last Thursday.

One of the more sought after areas of Dublin’s northside saw the most valuable Dublin house, 55A Castle Avenue, Clontarf, Dublin 3, sell for €1.152 million. As many as 127 bids pushed the price to €177,000, or 18 per cent, over its guide price. A detached five-bedroom dwelling,...

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