A cool €4.85m is all you need to become the new owner of this rebuilt Georgian mansion.
Oaklands House is a massive four-bedroom home in Co Wicklow that was originally built in the Georgian era but destroyed by fire in the 1920s.
The house sits on 62 acres of a land on the banks of the beautiful Lake Blessington.
The grand house of the estate was rebuilt around 25 years ago with much of the original design and comforts being included and updated into the new structure.
The current owners have decided it is time to move on and have placed the house on the market with an asking price of €4.85m.
The luxury, space and comfort in Oaklands are clear throughout the home, and surrounding outbuildings and land. It would be wonderful family home for anybody who can afford to meet the lofty price tag.
As you step into the home you enter the main hallway, which is tastefully decorated with mosaic tiled floor, a seating area in front of a fireplace, and lit up by elegant lighting and chandeliers.
The kitchen is spacious and features an island worktop with dining table. The oven and hobs are ideally located in a red brick cove in the sidewall, and there is plenty of storage and natural light over the sink area.
There is also a large sunroom extension that opens out into the gardens, ideal for relaxing in the light and enjoying a good book or hosting friends.
The living space in Oaklands is unique. Downstairs there are three large living room/studies that each have their own charms and comforts. Whether it’s working from home, hosting friends, practicing music or art, there is a space you would be able to call your own.
All four bedrooms upstairs are doubles with en-suites, and the master bedroom even includes a walk-in wardrobe.
The 62 acres of surrounding land feature beautiful gardens, various outbuildings which could also be used for storage or re-purposed for something else.
The sale is being handled by estate agents Sherry Fitgerald. They have also created a video tour of Oaklands which you can take a look at below.