Three insane properties in Ireland you could buy if you won the lottery

Many people say that the first thing they would do if they won the lottery is to buy their dream home. Here are three insane properties in Ireland you could buy if you won the lottery.

We’ve all dreamt of what we’d do if we won the lottery. For many of us, the purchase of a multimillion-pound home is up there. Here are three amazing properties in Ireland you could buy if you won the lottery.

Buying a dream home in a beautiful place features heavily on many people’s list of dreams, and there’s nothing we enjoy more than a spot of fantasy house shopping.

That’s why we indulged ourselves by writing this article. Rounding up some of the best and most paradisiacal Irish properties on the market right now, let us take you on a whistle-stop tour of your lottery-win wish list.     

Here are three insane properties in Ireland you could buy if you won the lottery

1. Abbeyleix, Laois – own your very own mansion

Abbeyleix in Laois is one of the properties in Ireland you could buy if you won the lottery.
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If you’ve ever dreamed of owning your very own mansion, then this Laois property is the home for you.

Admittedly, you’d need a million-dollar jackpot to buy it, but, luckily, there are some record-breaking prizes out there and waiting to be won, with the biggest win to date being 1.39 billion euros.

Priced at a cool 20 million, Abbeyleix numbers among the most distinguished Irish period properties in existence.

Designed in 1773 by architect James Wyatt, the Classical three-storey mansion is decorated in an Italianate style throughout and comes complete with 1,120 acres of ancient woodland.

This splendid home is the stuff that dreams are made of with its many grand rooms, including nine bedrooms, nine bathrooms, a music room, library, and state dining room.

Outside, the property is just as impressive, with landscaped gardens, primaeval forests, and the ruins of a 12th-century Cistercian monastery on the grounds.

If this were not enough, Abbeyleix has an added draw for equestrians, with a stud housed on the original farmstead. The vast operation includes a principal yard, complete with a clock tower, along with 24 loose boxes and extensive grazing land.

A truly fantastic estate, it had to make this list of insane properties in Ireland you could buy if you won the lottery.

2. Seafield House, County Dublin – enjoy 80 acres of private parkland

Seafield House in Dublin is amazing.
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Priced at just under 10 million euros, Seafield House in County Dublin is equally lavish and also stunningly lovely. Situated on 80 acres of private parkland, this romantic Palladian mansion was constructed in the 1730s.

Located close to Dublin City Centre, the house has a rich and storied history. Designed by Edward Lovett Pearce, who was also responsible for creating the Irish Houses of Parliament, it is a true ode to style and elegance.   

The house comes complete with eight bedrooms, magnificent walled gardens, a stable yard, a gate lodge, and an idyllic yew tree walk. Designed with comfort and decadence in mind, it was originally built for the High Sheriff of Dublin.  

3. Sopwell Hall, Tipperary – live in a 16th-century castle

Sopwell House is one of the properties in Ireland you could buy if you won the lottery.
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Thirdly on our list of three insane properties in Ireland you could buy if you won the lottery is Sopwell Hall in Tipperary.

For a cool 8.5 million euros, you could also purchase the stunning Sopwell Hall estate. With ten bedrooms and five bathrooms, this incredible stately home began its life as a 16th-century castle belonging to the O’Carroll family.  

The current property was built in the early 18th-century and sits in the midst of 300 acres of carefully curated parkland and mature woodland.

Grand and beautifully executed, the estate includes both the newer stately home and the original castle, which is unoccupied but largely intact.  

Located close to Borrisokane, Sopwell Hall was designed by Francis Bindon in 1745. With commanding views across the landscaped gardens and surrounding countryside, the house includes a large orangery, sunken garden, and tennis court.    

Tell us, which of these three properties would you most want to buy if you were lucky enough to take home the winning ticket?

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