A stunning Irish mansion – complete with a cinema, cocktail bar and gym was put on the market for €5.5million.
The luxury Edwardian house was built in the 1910s and renovated and extended in the early 2000s.
The 5,801 square foot property is named Baile An Mhota and situated in the leafy suburb of Foxrock, south Dublin.
It has six en-suite double bedrooms, two of which have balconies that overlook the stunning back garden.
The garden has a stand-alone garden room that is currently used as a gym, complete with a steam room and shower.
The luxurious features don’t stop there – Baile An Mhota also comes with a home cinema and a cocktail bar.
The cinema room has a large purple velvet curtain and even a bed for those times you don’t want to get up to watch a movie.
The cinema room opens out to a sheltered patio garden.
The lounge area in the cocktail bar is decorated in stylish black and purple.
The house contains several reception rooms, which are wonderful spaces for eating, socialising, or just relaxing.
The large kitchen is stylishly designed and includes oak storage presses and a sliding ladder. It has an adjoining breakfast room which includes a sixteen seat table.
Other beautiful features to be found in the mansion include a mahogany fitted dressing room in the master bedroom, a glass staircase, a two-storey entrance porch, white painted period fireplace, landscaped gardens and underfloor gas fired heating.
The sale is being handled by Sherry Fitzgerald.
The listing on website says: “The architectural design of this era, to include detail from the Arts and Crafts movement, are recognisable to include the gable front with decorative Tudor style bargeboards and sash windows to name a few.
“The house has been seamlessly extended, refurbished and decorated with tastefully applied design features to create a light infused interior within a spacious internal layout. Glazed apex roofing and a bespoke glass staircase and glass floored landing ensure light is reflected throughout providing spacious and bright accommodation.”
Take a look at the pictures below.
For more information visit the Sherry Fitzgerald webiste.
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Written by Michael Kehoe @michaelcalling