Stellar Howth Mansion with pool on the market for huge money

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When you look at some of the more expensive properties on certain sites, you’ll see that homes usually have a cap of around $10 million. So you’d be forgiven for thinking this is the top end of the market in Ireland. You would be wrong. A magnificent Howth mansion is on the market for an amazing FIFTEEN. MILLION. EURO.

Censure House in Howth, Co Dublin is a house steeped in history – originally built in the 1830s and once owned by Jennifer Guinness of the Guinness family, the house has recently been renovated and upgraded to become one of the the most spectacular in the country. .

This property has truly outstanding views of the Howth Cliffs and the Irish Sea, and when you pay 15 million euros for this property you will of course have direct access to the Howth Cliff promenade – one of most popular walks trails in Ireland.

Photo: Knight Frank
Photo: Knight Frank
Photo: Knight Frank
Photo: Knight Frank
Photo: Knight Frank

The house sits on a spectacular nine acres of incredibly manicured lawns and its own stables, with the listing saying the house is ‘perfect for horses and cattle’, and offers a beautiful sunken garden which ‘rises to an expanse of rugged heart with breathtaking scenery.’

On entering the house you are greeted by a phenomenal entrance hall which boasts incredible high ceilings and a number of reception and drawing rooms. The dining room/kitchen has plenty of natural light and tiled floors, with a breakfast bar and separate dining table.

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Photo: Knight Frank
Photo: Knight Frank
Photo: Knight Frank
Photo: Knight Frank

The crown jewel of the house, however, is the absolutely extraordinary home spa. The house has an amazing pool that can turn into a dance floor – perfect for partying – and a jacuzzi, sauna, steam room and his and hers changing rooms.

The master bedroom also has his and hers dressing rooms, with amazing en-suite bathrooms with marbles and mosaics in different colors. There’s also a home gym, five further bedrooms and a home gym – and if that’s too much for a small family, there’s also a staff apartment for servants; because when you’re already spending 15 million euros on a house, having your own staff just makes sense.

Photo: Knight Frank
Photo: Knight Frank
Photo: Knight Frank
Photo: Knight Frank
Photo: Knight Frank

On top of all this, Censure House has incredible panoramic views of Dublin Bay and the surrounding Howth cliffs, with views stretching to neighboring Bray. Windows throughout the house provide these views, and a private deck has an incredible golden green.

As for location, Censure House is just two and a half miles from the picturesque village of Howth, which offers a marina, yacht club, shops, bars and restaurants.

Photo: Knight Frank
Photo: Knight Frank
Photo: Knight Frank
Photo: Knight Frank
Photo: Knight Frank

Censure House, Ceanchor Road, Howth, Co Dublin is on the market through Knight Frank for a massive €15m.

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