Home of ex Bank of Ireland boss Mike Soden for sale at €2.3m
Published 28/08/2014 | 12:06
THE Mespil Road, Dublin 4 home of former Bank of Ireland boss Mike Soden is up for sale with a €2.3m price tag.
Soden and his wife Lou are downsizing and moving to the apartment of the late Albert Reynolds, the former Taoiseach who passed away last week, on Anglesea Road.
The redbrick house is set back from the road on the banks of the Grand Canal.
The 3,800 sq foot, three-storey Victorian house has an AMV of €2.3m.
Mr Soden was chief executive at Bank of Ireland from 2002 until 2004 when he had to resign after it emerged he had accessed websites that were not allowed under the bank’s online policy.