Irish Hollywood star Saoirse Ronan recently put her five-bedroom Co Wicklow home on the market for €1.5m.
The Lady Bird star has lived in the luxurious pine lodge home for two years, but hardly spends any time there due to her heavy acting workload.
The Edwardian-style detached house was built in the 1970s and sits on 450 square metres of land and is surrounded by stunning views.
It is being sold via Galvin Property. The listing on the website reads: “The layout and finish will impress even the most particular and comes to the market ready for the new owners to move in and invite their family and friends to ooh and aah.
“Entered through private wrought iron electronic gates along a sweeping tree lined driveway, your palatial new home awaits.
“There are manicured lawns surrounding the property with mature greenery and high walls creating a private setting for what is a magnificent family home.
“Details of design and construction suggest inspiration from the neighbouring Burnaby area and the arts and crafts movement.
“Those details externally include a beautiful west-facing veranda that runs almost the length of the front, the wooden sash windows and granite sills, the red-tiled roof, tall chimney stacks and filigree ridge tiles.”
The living room and ding room come complete with beautiful wooden floors. The living room looks out to the back garden and features a marble hearth and open fire place.
Ronan has worked hard on the interior design on the property and Galvins were particularly complimentary about the style of the kitchen
The site stated: “The current owner has painstakingly designed and decorated this open plan room so to be practical, comfortable and aesthetically impressive all in equal measures.
“The kitchen is situated in the centre of the room around a large island complete with white marble counter top and hand painted baby blue kitchen units.
“As you ascend the elegant timber framed staircase upstairs, the first floor is home to five bedrooms – all of them substantial, with fitted wardrobes and four with full en suites.
“A really eye-catching feature, and an insight to the intellectual curiosity and appreciation of excellence that pervades the house, is the reading-room that forms part of the stairwell and first-floor landing.
“One of the bedrooms close to the master bedroom has been converted to a large walk in wardrobe with a luxurious en suite bathroom with separate shower comparable to a hotel suite in uptown New York.”
Take a look at the photos below.
Written by Michael Kehoe @michaelcalling