Ireland’s ten most expensive houses for the mega-rich
Following on from the sale of Ireland’s most expensive house, No 1 Sorrento Terrace, in Bel Eire (aka Dalkey), we have taken some time to find out what other palaces for the mega rich are up for grabs at the moment.
At number ten we have a five bedroom equestrian estate and period house at Wicklow’s Brittas Bay for €4,000,000.
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Number nine on the list is the Beverly Hills lookalike, art deco, Windgates property in North Dublin’s Howth which is priced at €4,000,000.
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At eight we have an 18th century Georgian mansion in Co Meath with 120 acres of parkland, paddocks, mature woodland which could be yours for €4,150,000.
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With a 1km long drive way Borleagh Manor, Gorey, Co Wexford is number seven on the list, priced at €4,750,000.
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For €5,950,000 you can get your hands on Ashtown Lodge in Dublin’s Castleknock which is number six on our list.
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Have you ever wanted to live in a huge castle? Well, now's your chance if you’ve got €650,000,000 in your bank account you can bag number five, Glin Castle in Limerick.
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Described as 'an enchanting "French Chateau" style Country Estate set on the banks of the Argideen River, number four on our list, The Lisselan Estate in Clonakilty, can be yours for €6,950,000.
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If you’re into Monopoly then house number three is right up your street.
Located on the board’s purple segments, Ouragh, on Dublin 4’s Shrewsbury Road is an eyewatering €7,000,000
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Located right in the heart of Dublin 6’s ambassadorial residences, High Cross in Dartry comes in at number two, costing an impressive €7,500,000.
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Finally we have Ireland’s most expensive property, The Marlfield Estate in Clonmel, Co. Tipperary which costs a staggering €8,000,000.
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