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PICS: Step Inside The Most Excessively Extravagant Home In All Of Dublin

By Alana Laverty

September 30, 2018 at 3:26pm

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Holy guacamole.

Just LOOK at this palace.

Aptly named Nirvana, this Castleknock-Road-Celtic-Tiger-mega-mansion will only set you back a teensy €2,950,000.

Yeah, no sweat like.

Let's take a look, shall we?

From d'outside:

A moat and bridge? Yep.

And there's room for 9 cars in that yard. So y'know, invite everyone you know with a car over for a visit.

The kitchen:

Swimming pool, cinema and bar:

Ze bedrooms:

Three of the six en-suite bedrooms have second floor mezzanines...

OTT? Perhaps.

The conservatory, pool room, gym and sauna:

And the rest of the enormous house:

Other features include:

  • Crestron system to remote control curtains and blinds
  • Programmable intelligent i-lighting system
  • Bose sound in cinema
  • 5 camera CCTV system
  • Underfloor heating
  • A few doors away from the gates of the Phoenix Park
  • Built in 2001 (prime Celtic Tiger era)
  • Outdoor hot tub
  • Indoor jacuzzi
  • Landscaped gardens
  • Sweeping marble staircase and Irish craft iron-mongery, modelled on the stairways in the suites of the Burj Al Arab Hotel in Dubai (casual)
  • Electric gates
  • Connemara Limestone waterfall which cascades into a fish pond with a fountain and flood lighting

Excessive, or wha?

Brb, entering the lotto.

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