An incredible luxury Dublin mansion has been put up for sale with a staggering asking price of €14m.
The huge sum may well make it the most expensive home in Ireland, at least that is available to buy.
Number 73 Ailesbury Road in Dublin 4 has all the luxuries and glamour you could expect to see in a €14m home, including a lift and a putting green.
The beautiful seven-bedroom home sits in an estate that spans more than an acre of land in the most upmarket area of the capital.
The house was built in the early 20th century, after being designed by architect Rudolf Maximilian Butler to serve as his home. Butler designed some of the country’s most used buildings such as the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Co Mayo and the Sacred Heart Church in Co Cork.
He also was a founding member of the Architectural Association of Ireland, edited The Irish Builder, and worked as professor of architecture at University College Dublin.
So, as you would expect, 73 Ailesbury Road is quite a nice house – to say the least.
The space is plentiful all around the property and just some of the luxury features and design included are gated entrances, box bay windows, French doors, decorative mouldings, Adam style fireplaces.
There is a lift to take you upstairs where six of the seven bedrooms have en-suite bathrooms.
Outside the gardens are packed with decorative ornaments and beautiful plants and flowers. There is even a three-hole putting green where golf enthusiasts can work on their short game.
If all this luxury is still not enough for any potential buyers, then there is another option. Architects Lawrence and Long have created a concept to expand the residence.
Architect Joe Lawrence said: “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.
“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.”
The house is being sold through agents Colliers and is available to view through appointment only. You can find out more about the property by visiting myhome.ie.