Affordable homes built on site of former Chief Justice’s house
Whinsfield House in Sandyford, sold by Susan Denham for €3.5 million in 2016, has been demolished to make way for 65 social housing apartments
An affordable housing body is building 65 apartments for social housing on the site of the former home of retired Chief Justice Susan Denham.
Denham sold Whinsfield House, her two-storey home in Sandyford in Dublin, in 2016 for €3.5 million and it was subsequently demolished to make way for the new development.
Respond, the affordable housing association, is now building 65 apartments on the site with the aid of a state loan of €6.18 million. ...