Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Georgestown House in Waterford County Ireland


I'm sure many of you are real estate stalkers just like I am.  How about this 
gorgeous Georgian estate in Waterford complete with stables, tennis court 
and lake.  The house was built in the early 1800s complete with 110 acres
of land.  Doesn't it look like the quintessential manor house in Ireland?  


It's so picturesque - as if it could be lifted off the pages of a novel.



The house looks so cozy.


Definitely spacious enough for big families and entertaining.




Such a homey bath.


Now this is a sunroom!


Imagine being able to grow up in a place like this.


Gorgeously manicured gardens.


I wonder how much of the land is so well manicured.








Wow, this property must take an army of gardeners to upkeep.


All for the price of 3.4 Million Euros.  

Photos from Knight Frank

23 comments:

European Chic said...

Beautiful, I hope the horses are included in the price?
Greetings from Paris!

Zelda said...

the property is a horse paradise!! but the inside @#$##@* need an interior designer... thanks for sharing .

Tricia Rose said...

Great! I'll buy it.

robin baron said...

Ireland is so dreamy! Great find!

Cat @PerpetualPerfection said...

Oh my gosh! I am obsessed. Put it on my tab.

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Sarah (ClarityK) said...

A beatuful house, but I wouldn't call those interiors cozy, exactly - especially that drawing room/living room with so much blue and the furniture so far apart you'd have to shout. Still, easy enough to rearrange after the purchase :)

Sacheverelle said...

That is beyond fabulous. I'd go riding every day then go chill out in that sunroom. One thing I am surprised at is that with all that luxury going on, they chose to keep separate hot & cold taps for their bathroom sink. Why not a mixer? Just wondering..

Anaivilo said...

OMG amazing views!! And the house...so spacious, and the horses!! Gorgeous...my kind of place.. :X

Lila said...

Wow, that is a stunning home. It almost looks like the home in Sense and Sensibility. In fact, I could almost swear it is! Gorgeous!
xoxo
Lila Ferraro

Splenderosa said...

Only the landed gentry can have an estate & horse farm like this. It is breathtaking.

Jan said...

I can imagine the joy of strolling around these beautiful grounds even though I'm not a bit outdoorsy (and I'm afraid of horses).

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What a very wonderful place to spend time with your family. It's totally a blissful environment.

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I love Ireland and this house is pure elegance. x

classiq said...

It looks amazing!

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Nancy U said...

Wonderful place to grow up in? Heck, I'd just settle for a day or two in the maid's quarters.

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This is one of the best place to retire, the nature are really awesome, you'll be needing the fresh air and the silent ambiance. For me I prefer to live in this beautiful place when I'm already 60. great post! Thanks for sharing.

pinkstilettos said...

I am loving the outside of this house- it's gorgeous! Also, I'm doing a great Shabby Apple Dress giveaway which ends today...hope to see you enter!!
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Ursie B said...

I'll take those horses. What a stunning Estate.

Shani said...

What a dream setting. Seriously, it's so much what I dreamt of as a little girl... horses, gardens and all!

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I enjoyed the post up until the mention that it costs 3.4 million euros although i guess i shouldn't be suprised. ( I really did enjoy the post though, outstanding blog <3)

D.L.Rhein said...

That Sunroom is to die for! what a great space.