Former Westlife star Mark Feehily is selling his Co Sligo home with an asking price of €1.15m.
The boyband member purchased the luxury home in 2006 after spending months overseeing its renovation.
The ranch house sits on the banks of Lough Gill and its 16 islands. The beauty spot was the inspiration for famous Irish poet WB Yeats to write The Lake Isle of Innisfree.
The story goes that the house was built in the 1970s by an American pilot who recognised the peace and tranquil surroundings and wanted a retreat in Ireland for when he was this side of the Atlantic Ocean.
He even flew in an American architect to design the home and you can see mid-century US style throughout the house.
Feehily was one fifth of the Irish boyband Westlife who enjoyed numerous hits in the late 1990s and early 2000s.
They became one of Ireland’s most successful ever musical exports as they won fans in the UK, America and beyond with a string of catchy pop songs and classic covers.
Feehily used his wealth to renovate and purchase this stunning lakeside home and has used it ever since as a refuge for when he is in Ireland.
However, the popstar has decided it is time to move on and let someone else enjoy the beautiful home and surrounding landscape.
The house was purposely built on a slope to elevate the living space and has now had a huge outside decking area overlooking the water.
The house is spacious and cleverly designed throughout. The view from the living room window is that of Church Island.
The kitchen features a six-hob cooking space and island for preparation and dining and has a connecting pantry for storage.
There is a drive-in level garage with a staircase leading to the living quarters. The downstairs also features a study and a wine room.
Upstairs is split into two wings, each with spacious bedrooms overlooking the stunning landscape.
The house sits on a beautiful estate of more than 3 acres, with stunning greenery surrounding it and fantastic views over the water.
The lake itself is a wonderful place for the summer and Feehily has spent many happy hours swimming and kayaking and enjoying nature.
There is an outside building that Feehily has used as a recording studio. The new owners may wish to keep it and test their own musical skills or convert it into something new.
The house is being sold through agents Sherry Fitzgerald. If you would like to find out more then visit sherryfitz.ie.
Take a look at the video tour of the house created by SherryFitzgerald.