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Among the trophies in the Oscar-winning director's house is the De Sica which he won for Mona Lisa, appropriately at the Sorrento Film Festival.Apart from 96-year-old Mrs Dorothy Lavery, the widow of an eye surgeon and university professor and vendor of Number 1 this week, the other house-owners include three senior counsel, an investment banker, a property developer and a mysterious English heiress known on the terrace as Mrs Johnson.Justine Mc Carthy on the Dalkey terrace where a house sold this week for a shattering £5.9m Last Wednesday morning, when the legal teams gathered in the Supreme Court for their final submissions in Charlie Haughey's five-day challenge to the Moriarty Tribunal, two of the lead senior counsel had a special greeting for one another.The previous evening, the Haugheys' lawyer, Eoin Mc Gonigal, SC, and the State's lawyer, Frank Clarke, SC, had driven from the Four Courts to their suburban homes to find that their seaside Victorian terrace had sensationally become the most expensive address in Ireland.However, after the flotation of GPA was aborted in the early '90s, the Bank of Ireland, which had lent him

Among the trophies in the Oscar-winning director's house is the De Sica which he won for Mona Lisa, appropriately at the Sorrento Film Festival.Apart from 96-year-old Mrs Dorothy Lavery, the widow of an eye surgeon and university professor and vendor of Number 1 this week, the other house-owners include three senior counsel, an investment banker, a property developer and a mysterious English heiress known on the terrace as Mrs Johnson.Justine Mc Carthy on the Dalkey terrace where a house sold this week for a shattering £5.9m Last Wednesday morning, when the legal teams gathered in the Supreme Court for their final submissions in Charlie Haughey's five-day challenge to the Moriarty Tribunal, two of the lead senior counsel had a special greeting for one another.The previous evening, the Haugheys' lawyer, Eoin Mc Gonigal, SC, and the State's lawyer, Frank Clarke, SC, had driven from the Four Courts to their suburban homes to find that their seaside Victorian terrace had sensationally become the most expensive address in Ireland.However, after the flotation of GPA was aborted in the early '90s, the Bank of Ireland, which had lent him $1.5m against the value of his shares, froze $500,000 in Colm Barrington's bank account.

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Among the trophies in the Oscar-winning director's house is the De Sica which he won for Mona Lisa, appropriately at the Sorrento Film Festival.

Apart from 96-year-old Mrs Dorothy Lavery, the widow of an eye surgeon and university professor and vendor of Number 1 this week, the other house-owners include three senior counsel, an investment banker, a property developer and a mysterious English heiress known on the terrace as Mrs Johnson.

.5m against the value of his shares, froze 0,000 in Colm Barrington's bank account.

Mount Mapas, a Victorian villa on Vico Road, was sold last autumn for £2.3m, while the Donegal-born singer, Enya the world's biggest-selling female vocalist paid £2.5m for Ayesha Castle.This, after all, is a terrace so intimate with itself that it makes a residents' association redundant.When Frank Clarke moved in five years ago, for instance, he found himself living immediately next door to a former client, the onetime GPA executive Colm Barrington, winner of last week's Round Ireland yacht race in Jeep Cherokee, and driver of one of the terrace's three Jags, an XJ6.Until the extraordinary sale of No 1 Sorrento House this week, the residents only boasted a single international `name' among them, that of Neil Jordan in Number 6, whose reputation as a serious author and cineaste puts him firmly in the category of literati rather than glitterati.Once described as ``the Heathcliffe of the Irish film industry,'' Jordan's neighbours respect him as ``a serious artist''.

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