Magnificent €3m rural retreat for sale in Co Dublin – take a look
A Co Dublin rural retreat has been put on the market for an eye-watering €3m and it looks like a bargain for anyone who is lucky enough to have that sort of cash.
It is a detached family residence called Brackenhurst, which is a short walk from Howth village, which is on the edge of Dublin reaching out into the Irish Sea.
The arrival to the main residence is at the end of a private tree lined driveway, which also features elevated flower beds and mature shrubbery.
It has a vast array of grand rooms including an entrance hall, ground level living room and an elevated family room which offers stunning sea views.
Other rooms in the house include a spacious kitchen with Aga oven and utility room, dining room, master bedroom with en-suite, three further bedrooms, two of which share a Jack & Jill bathroom, and a spacious family bathroom.
The grounds of the house include stables and two large detached garages. The gardens include two acres of allotments and a two-acre field that looks out over the Irish Sea from the Howth Peninsula.
The house is situated on eight acres of land and has several fantastic features including spacious gardens, hobby allotments, a collection of beehives and its own paddock. It is surrounded by mature flora native to the Hill of Howth.
Take a look at the pictures below.
Written by Michael Kehoe @michaelcalling
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