17th century mansion in Ireland for sale for $14.8 million 09:53

For the first time in centuries, the 303-hectare Irish Barne Estate is being sold for $14.8 million. writes about it new york post.

The historic home on the Emerald Isle in County Tipperary is an hour’s drive from the cities of Cork and Limerick. The mansion features a 17th-century chateau-style house, as well as a trout lake and nature preserve.

In a four-story house with an area of ​​​​more than 1.5 thousand square meters. a number of original elements of ancient architecture have been preserved. The main house includes an entrance hall, living room, breakfast room, library, wine cellar, games room and 12 bedrooms. Several outbuildings adjacent to the main house.

The rich farmland has earned the property many prestigious awards, including Grain Supplier of the Year. In addition to arable agriculture, there are also forested areas in the land.

“Barne Manor has been family owned since the 17th century, making it a rare gem in the Irish real estate market. “Opportunities of this size and quality are rare and we are seeing a high level of interest from a variety of potential buyers, including investors, operating farmers and farming companies,” said James Butler, head of residential and suburban real estate at Savills.

Previously reportedTinder co-founder Sean Red is selling his Los Angeles mansion for $32 million.

Source: Gazeta


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