You know when people are paying for something that's not even built yet, it's going to be special.
It's the highest price ever paid for an apartment in Ireland and a penthouse currently under construction in Lansdowne Place has a new owner.
According to The Irish Times, the roof garden penthouse was purchased for a staggering €6.5m.
The buyer - who is unnamed - is understood to be an Irish businessman living overseas.
The “super penthouse” has three double bedroom suites and a private roof pod with a large garden.
Since it has not been built yet, it's hard to tell for sure what the new pad will look like but the company have released a few pictures on their website of what they consider to be penthouse worthy...
Images via: Lansdowne Place
The penthouse offers a "window to the world, with floor-to-ceiling windows and high coffered ceilings, extra-width doorways and generously proportioned rooms offer more room to dwell, dine and entertain."
"An antique mirror splashback, offset by the Pietra marble worktop and Macassar ebony cabinet doors of this dark palette choice, sets the tone in the luxuriously appointed, custom-built kitchens where it is the small but telling details such as dove-tailed drawers that make all the difference."
"Step into luxury in the marble finished master bathroom. Each piece, from the bath to the walk-in shower to the vanity unit and back-to-wall toilet has been beautifully orchestrated for minimum maintenance and maximum indulgence."
Sounds absolutely ideal.
Main Image Via: Sherry FitzGerald