PICS: Here's What The Inside Of A €10.5m House On Shrewsbury Road Looks Like
Fintragh is currently the most expensive property listed on the major Irish listings sites, coming in at a cool €10.5m.
Hardly a surprise, given its prime location on Shrewsbury Road in D4 – or, as most of us know it, the purple slot in the Irish version of Monopoly.
But while the exterior is pretty damn gorgeous, the interior is a bit of of an... um... acquired taste.
If you're into your pastel colours and your super-plush, richly coloured carpets then this is definitely the abode for you. If, however, you prefer a more sleek and modernistic look then you're probably best off taking your €10.5m elsewhere.
Here's what it looks like
"A mosaic tiled doorstep bearing the name of the house 'Fintragh' and hall door with ornate stained glass inset set the tone for this truly outstanding family home. On entering the property one is immediately impressed with the sense of grandeur and old world charm this property boasts in abundance."
"Externally the gardens are mature and enjoy an alluring profusion of manicured lawns, well stocked flower beds, mature trees and shrubs for privacy. To the front of the house there is ample room for off-street car parking with two vehicular entrances.
"In addition to the main residence there is also an outdoor swimming pool, tennis court and a detached garage / home office / games room for family leisure or staff quarters complete this superb family home."
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