A pastel pink mansion for sale in Ireland hides an extraordinary secret within.
Dyann House, in Donadea, Co. Kildare, pretty pink on the outside, but the interior doesn’t quite match its bubblegum aesthetic.
The six-bedroom property – which is on the market for nearly £2m – hides a whimsical Victorian touch inside, with lace curtains, striped wallpaper and turn-of-the-century furniture.
However, not all rooms feature this Victorian decor – some also have more modern touches.
The main house spans a total area of 7,104 sq ft and has three floors including a standalone extension.
Downstairs, the south facing sun room can also be accessed from the hall and offers stunning views over the attractive country garden, along with the maximal living room.
This then leads into the spacious kitchen, which features a Belfast and Aga sink in shades of pink and green.
On the first level, there are two bedrooms, a bathroom, triple aspect master bedroom with feature fireplace, walk in wardrobe and a spacious en-suite shower room.
While on the second floor there are two more bedrooms – one with a balcony, a sitting room and a bathroom.
In addition to the house, there are also two self-contained, semi-detached flats, one flat and a huge equestrian site – including two stable yards with 18 stables and rooms.
There is also a barn, pavilion, porch, car port and tennis court on the grounds.
It should be noted that it is not clear if the house was furnished with all this strange decoration.
But there’s no denying that the pink house definitely has a lot of appeal, or — given it’s a country estate — should we say “field appeal.”
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