Time to smash open those piggy banks - the most expensive house in Ireland is currently on sale and it could be yours for just a cool €14 million.
Located on the highly coveted Ailesbury Road in South Dublin, once the longest straight road in the county, this palatial mansion will take your breath away with its stunning décor and make your eyes water with its obscene price tag in one fell swoop.
The space was designed by Rudolf Maximilian Butler, a prominent architect, architectural historian, academic and journalist, as his private home. Butler is also the mind behind many well-known ecclesiastical works including the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Mulranny in Co. Mayo and the Sacred Heart Church in Castletownbere in Co. Cork.
This magnificent house boasts an abundance of decadent lounging areas included a formal dining room and formal drawing room. There's an entire acre garden area for the green fingered amongst us.
The property even comes with its own perfectly manicured three hole putting green should you realise that golf is your true passion.
Oh, and there's also seven bedrooms, so you won't be short of somewhere to kip at the end of the day either.
"The house and the garden to this property are unique and quite special. To substantially increase the size of the house for future needs, it is important to retain this special character," explained architect Joe Lawrence.
"With a considered design, we propose to extend the property to 14,000 sq.ft without taking away from its original character. By careful design, this can be achieved, without damaging its existing special qualities," Lawrence continued.
You can check out the property in more detail right now on MyHome.ie. Perhaps it's time for a rummage down the back of your sofa for loose change?
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