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New Abbeville owner is keeping a low profile But they mean to return Haughey's mansion to its former glory

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
14th January, 2015
Charles Haughey takes tea at the Gandon-designed Abbeville Picture: Photocall

What would the Squire Haughey have made of the mysterious sale of his former Georgian mansion?

It involves a retired ambassador, a former KPMG partner with links to a famous racehorse and owners who want to remain anonymous.

The 250-acre Abbeville estate in Kinsealy was sold for €5.5 million in November 2013 to unnamed owners. Documents from the Land Registry show that it is now owned by a company called Cufbay Limited, which was set...

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