If you win the lotto or have €2,350,000 to spare, this Victorian style 'castle' in Sandymount might be of interest.
Not only is the property breathtaking, but it was once owned by a very famous Irish family.
Castleton, on Sandymount Green was once the home of Robert Corbet who was the uncle of John Butler Yeats and grand-uncle of WB Yeats in the 19th century.
The semi-detached house has a mesmerising castle facade and is one of the most well known landmarks in the heart of Sandymount.
Although situated close to the city centre, it does offer total seclusion and privacy with its shrubs and trees.
Castleton features original sash windows, a Gothic arched doorway and a courtyard with a beautiful fountain.
The house hosts five bedrooms and is built around the courtyard which gives every room a lot of natural light.
The dining room has its original fireplace, the kitchen has been modernly renovated and the living area is beautiful.
Have a look at it for yourself:
The master suite of Castleton is very spacious and also hosts a dressing room, a stunning marble clad ensuite and it has its very own balcony that overlooks the back garden.
The 'castle' also has a a library, drawing room, study room, utility room and much more.
You can view more of the property on Daft.ie.
I don't know about you, but I would feel like royalty living here.
Would you buy it?
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