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€28 Million 'Irish Honeypot'

€28 Million 'Irish Honeypot'
€28 Million 'Irish Honeypot'
€28 Million 'Irish Honeypot'
€28 Million 'Irish Honeypot'
€28 Million 'Irish Honeypot'
€28 Million 'Irish Honeypot'
€28 Million 'Irish Honeypot'
€28 Million 'Irish Honeypot'
€28 Million 'Irish Honeypot'
€28 Million 'Irish Honeypot'
€28 Million 'Irish Honeypot'
€28 Million 'Irish Honeypot'
€28 Million 'Irish Honeypot'
€28 Million 'Irish Honeypot'
€28 Million 'Irish Honeypot'
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Hidden amongst the Wicklow Mountains in a magical valley named Lug a' Lágha you will find world famous Luggala Lodge, the ancestral home of the Guinness family. With a rich, colourful history, the elegant Gothic Revival house on a 5,000-acre estate is one of Europe's most spectacular settings and comes with a price tag of €28 Million.

"It isn't so much an estate as a kingdom, a veritable Middle Earth of heather-covered-mountains, silvery waterfalls and lakes, emerald forests and meadows." - W Magazine

In 1937, Ernest Guinness bought Luggala and gave it as a wedding present to his daughter, Oonagh Guinness, on her marriage to Lord Oranmore and Browne. Oonagh 'imbued Luggala with enchantment' and made it 'the most decorative honeypot in Ireland.'

According to a report in the Irish Times, Billionaire businessman Denis O'Brien could be interested in adding Luggala to his portfolio.