290-year-old Dublin mansion steeped in history for sale for €3m

This palatial mansion is one of the first and finest Georgian mansions to be built in Dublin.

No 7 Henrietta Street will instantly transport you back to the 1700s with its striking interior and vintage charm.

The magnificent property is steeped in rich history from its beginnings as a stately home in the 1740s to tenement accommodation in the early 1900s.

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The 290-year-old mansion is now for sale for €3 million.

The exquisite home has been completely refurbished but still retains its original features and charm.

The accommodation consists of four elegant reception rooms on the ground floor and first floor, each with exceptionally high ceilings, period fireplaces and original wooden floors.

A number of modern conveniences have been added to the home including a separate cocktail bar, wine cellar, spacious office, music room and another top floor kitchen and dining room in a wonderful blend of old and new.

On the basement level you will find the original kitchen area and breakfast room with a large period fireplace in the center.

The top two floors have six spacious bedrooms, three of which are en-suite and the other large rooms are used as a reading room, music room and separate living room.

The site at the rear of the property originally housed stables and latrines for domestic staff in the 18th and 19th centuries. This can be accessed through a tunnel under the garden.

This 350sq. The meter site is another development opportunity and is subject to planning, could be developed for apartments, stables or just private off-street parking as it is accessed directly from large gates onto Henrietta Lane.

Movehome Estate Agents offers 7 Henrietta Street for 3 million euros. You can see more information about Perfect Property.

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