House of the Week: Splendour and grandeur in rural Longford
Viewmount House, which has been operating as a hotel and wedding venue, is on the market for €1.1 million
The most democratic thing that ever happened to property is the phenomenon of great country houses, home to generations of aristocratic families, reinventing themselves as hotels. Today, everyone who can afford to check in for a stay has the chance to experience standards of grandeur far removed from the lifestyle of the average householder.
In 1989, James Kearney, an accountant, and his wife Beryl, a career civil servant, decided to jump off a very steep...
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Family home in affluent Dublin suburb guiding €1.75m
8 College Park in Castleknock has five bedrooms over its 218 square metres of space, and is just a short commute from Dublin city centre
House of the Week: Secluded west Cork bolthole with views over Lough Hyne
Forest Lodge sits at the foot of Knockomagh Hill with spectacular views of the Atlantic, and is now on the market for €675,000