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Irish Mirror

Five-storey Georgian mansion previously owned by one of Ireland's richest men on sale in Dublin for eye-watering price

In Dublin, a five-storey Georgian mansion previously owned by one of Ireland's richest men has hit the market at an eye-watering price.

You can purchase the Henrietta Street property for a whopping €3 million.

The mansion boasts an impressive six bedrooms and seven bathrooms complete with a cocktail bar, wine cellar and rich history.

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The impressive red brick build, completed in 1735, has been a witness to an ever-changing Ireland through its 290-year life span.

It has played host to many fascinating occupants and has seen everything from the famine to the start of the Republic we know today.

Henrietta Street property (myhome.ie)

The property has undergone extensive restorations that have “emphasised the beauty of the building.”

Images provided to the Irish Mirror show a beautiful open repetition hall with high ceilings and a grand staircase.

Henrietta Street property (myhome.ie)

This theme of gorgeous elegance continues throughout the mansion as rooms play host to original wooden floors and fireplaces, grand windows and stunning coving around the ceiling.

What makes this property unique is the tunnel under the garden that was once used by domestic staff in the 18th and 19th centuries to access the stables and outhouses.

Henrietta Street property (myhome.ie)

The real estate agent writes that this offers an opportunity for further development such as apartments, a mews or simply private off-street parking.

According to the real estate agent snapping up this property is a “once in a lifetime opportunity.”

You can read more information on myhome.ie.

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