House of the Week: Gracious Sutton home of the queen of the green

On the market for €1.495 million, Arundel overlooks the golf club so beloved of its original inhabitant, the 1930s Dublin socialite Rhoda Lauder, whose talent aroused the envy of Edwina Mountbatten

28th March, 2021
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Arundel’s 274-square-metre interior was designed to suit entertaining on a grand scale

Only once in a blue moon do you come across a semi-detached residence quite as imposing as Arundel, with its endearing turreted facade. This is one of two houses, No 1 and No 2 Burrow Road in Sutton in north Dublin, built in 1902 for his two daughters by property developer Edmund Lauder jr.

The Lauder family fortune had derived from its hugely successful photography business, established in 1853 in Dublin by Edmund Stanley Lauder. Minutes from Sutton...

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