The Michelin-star chef, who made his name with his restaurants in London, such as Lindsay House in Soho, Bentley’s in Piccadilly and Corrigan’s of Mayfair – was reported to have been very interested in buying the property, where Jacqueline Kennedy and her children stayed in the summer of 1967.
However, a right-of-way issue scuppered plans to purchase from estate agents Knight Frank and instead he is looking at other properties in the area.
“A big right-of-way issue has come up,” he said when asked about the property, “but, we are still looking for a similar place nearby.”
Woodstown House is a six bed Regency Style Villa that comes with five apartments to its rear.
You can view the property on MyHome.ie here.