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Westlife star Mark Feehily is selling his lakeside Sligo home for €1.15 million.

The singer bought the house in 2006 and since used it as a retreat from his hectic touring and recording schedules.

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Built in the 1970s, the property boasts four bedrooms with gorgeous modern interiors and panoramic views of Lough Gill in Ballintogher, the location that inspired W.B. Yeats’ poem The Lake Isle of Innisfree.

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Of the four bedrooms, two are master suites and come decked out with walk-in wardrobes and en-suite bathrooms.

The master bathroom is breathtaking, with free-standing copper, roll top bath perfectly placed in front of French windows that open to a terrace with lavender garden.

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Also in Feehily’s dream house is a large, open-plan kitchen with an island and a Belfast sink. There is also a secret pantry built off the kitchen equipped with a hidden door to keep any snackers at bay.

The living room is spacious and has a wood burning stove as a centre piece with sliding doors that lead to the terrace and to the lake itself.

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Other features of the house include a home office with a custom-built desk at the window to soak up the lakeside views, a large custom-built bookshelf connecting ground floor to basement level, a kids den/gaming room in the basement as well as a laundry room and wine cellar, and the property’s own outhouse with a separate kitchenette which is currently used as a bar.

Outside, there are over three acres of land offering the privacy and serenity of the Sligo countryside with a kids play area and fire pit to keep everyone happy.

Mark's home is on the market seeking €1.15 million through joint agents SherryFitzGerald Country Homes and Sherry FitzGerald Draper.

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