The five most expensive homes on the market right now

The five most expensive homes on the market right now

With tonight’s Euromillions jackpot an estimated €130 million we can all spend the next few hours dreaming about what we’d buy if we won such an amount.

If property is one of the things you’d be looking at then there are thousands of homes on MyHome.ie to pick from.

Here are the five most expensive properties on the site right now…

1. Luggala, Roundwood, Co Wicklow (€28 million)

A former favourite of the late Michael Jackson, this 18th Century house in Wicklow sits on an estate comprising some 5,000 acres. A former home to the Guinness family, there are sevne bedrooms in the main house, four within the guest lodge and a further 16 comprised within eight estate lodges and cottages throughout. In all the accommodation within the estate extends to some 1,802 square metres or 19,099 square feet.

2. Harristown Demesne, Brannockstown, Co Kildare (€25 million)

Set on circa 750 acres, this six bed Georgian house overlooks the River Liffey and comprises c.12,000sq ft of generous living accommodation and a further c.6,000sq ft in the basement – currently used for storage but suitable for additional accommodation.

3. Montebello, Killiney Hill Road, Killiney, Co Dublin (€9 million)

This stunning period home stands on a plot of approx. 1.57 ha / 3.9 ac and includes a detached gate lodge, stables and a swimming pool and pool house to the rear. Well known for its gardens, it offers both privacy and seclusion with a detached gate lodge to the front of the property.

4. Mount Alverno, Sorrento Road, Dalkey, Co Dublin (€8.5 million)

Occupying Dalkey’s finest site with overlooking views of Dublin Bay, Howth, Dalkey Island, Killiney Bay, Wicklow Hills and Greystones, Mount Alverno is a truly stunning home. The accommodation has been designed to take full advantage of the spectacular, elevated position. Set out on two levels, there is an impressive balance of reception rooms and bedroom accommodation. All 5 bedroom suites incorporate exceptional artistic marble tiling. The reception accommodation cleverly entwines seamlessly with the outdoor space, and overlooks the manicured gardens of approx. 1 acre, with ever changing views. In total the accommodation extends to 655 sq.m/7,050 sq.ft. approx.

5. Emsworth, Malahide Road, Co Dublin

This Gandon-designed residence dating from 1792 sits on 17 acres and has been restored to a very high level in the last two years. An eight minute drive to Dublin Airport, this private paradise is has two two feature pools to the front of the house. The lands surrounding it comprise of woodland with paths that intertwine to give 2km long private running paths, a walled orchard, paths surrounding these wonderful gardens, mature beech trees, a playing pitch, tennis court, lawns, two garages which hold six cars, a gym building, coach house for guests or staff quarters. The fully restored main house features three reception rooms, kitchen, cinema room, utility, four bedrooms, three ensuite and main bathroom.

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