Capard House in Rosenallis, Co.

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1. 81 Park Avenue, Sandymount, Dublin 4

This large red brick detached home is located at one of Dublin 4’s most distinguished and sought after addresses. The elegant Victorian structure is a spacious 3,420 sq. ft and boasts five bedrooms. It can be yours for $4,460,000 (€4,000,000).

2. Mountainstown House, Navan, Co. Meath

This 18th Century Georgian mansion in the heart of rural Meath is surrounded by 120 acres of parkland, paddocks and mature woodland. The fine country residence is approached by two sweeping avenues which travel through the parkland. Mountainstown has a library, servant’s hall, formal gardens and  generous bedroom suites overlooking the surrounding countryside. This historic estate will cost you $4,623,000)(€4,150,000).

3. Capard House, Rosenallis, Co. Laois

This late 18th century Greek Revival country mansion has 13 bedrooms and 10 baths! Capard is situated on 100 acres at the foothills of the Slieve Bloom Mountains. The grounds also boast one of the finer gardens in the country. According to the listing, the Treaty of Limerick (1691) that brought an end to the Williamite wars against James II, is reputed to have been signed here. This extravagant home is listed at $5,300,000 (€4,750,000).

4. Borleagh Manor, Gorey, Inch, Co. Wexford

This Manor House has views over its own park, with glimpses of the sea and views of Croghan Mountain to the north. According to the listing, the home is approached through imposing pillared gates via a 1km avenue of magnificent beech trees. Borleagh Manor has four beds and four baths, as well as a reception hall and spacious dining room. A short distance from the main house is a thatched guest cottage overlooking the lake. The property also has a two-bedroom gardener’s cottage. The estate will set you back $5,300,000 (€4,750,000).

5. "Windgate," Windgate Road, Baily, Howth, Co. Dublin

This Art Deco home is “nested aloft the peninsula of Howth Head below the Ben of Howth” and boasts panoramic views of Dublin Bay. The south-facing residence has 4 reception rooms, 7 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms and external balcony terrace areas. The home and its glorious views of the sea can be yours for a mere $4,460,000 (€4,000,000).