A Look Inside The 5 Most Expen...


A Look Inside The 5 Most Expensive Homes For Sale In Dublin


04:58 11 Jan 2021

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We all know Dublin house prices are among some of the highest in Europe.

And reports of a 6% price increase last week was not welcome news.

But just how high can a house price get in the capital?

We had a look at the five most expensive houses currently for sale on Daft and here's what we found:


Location: Dalkey

Price: €5,250,000

Details: 5 beds, 4 bath

The least expensive of the top five is Rockview, setting you back a mere €5.2 MILLION!

For that price you can get yourself a three-storey property with sea views.

Throw in two reception rooms, a 500 sq ft garage, and a balcony and it almost makes it worth it!

Montebello House

Location: Killiney

Price: €5,500,000

Details: 9 beds, 5 bath

The first of two Killiney-based properties to make the list, you'll need €5.5 million to bag yourself  Montebello House.

What exactly will that get you?

In addition to nine bedrooms in the Victorian period home, you'll be the proud owner of a stables, a vegetable garden, and a swimming pool with a sauna.

Mount Alverno

Location: Dalkey

Price: €7,950,000

Details: 5 beds, 5 bath

One of the more modern properties on the list, Mount Alverno in Dalkey is up for sale for €7.9 million.

That's more that €1.5 million per bedroom!

The contemporary home includes one acre of manicured gardens, bedrooms with marble tiling and views from Howth to the Dublin Mountains.


Location: Killiney

Price: €8,900,000

Details: 9 beds, 5 bath

This Victorian Italian mansion in pink is going to set you back a cool €8.9 million.

The house dates back to the 1850s and boasts not only nine bedrooms, but a stables, golfing greens, and some pretty enviable sea views.

And let's not forget the home gym complete with carpet!

Seafield House

Location: Donabate

Price: €9,995,000

Details: 8 beds, 9 baths

For just under 10 million, yes 10 MILLION EURO, this eight-bed mega mansion can be yours.

Imagine living out your Bridgerton-inspired dreams in this 1730s property complete with forest, lake and walled garden.

Think 80 acres of land, too many sitting rooms and a storied past.

Cover photo: Rockview

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