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Lakeside luxury for €2.2m on Killarney's own Millionaires' Row

Aisling is one of nine homes in an ultra-luxurious Kerry development.

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THERE’S A GATED DEVELOPMENT of nine houses on Loreto Road in Killarney, Co Kerry, dubbed the county’s version of Millionaires’ Row.

Each home at Ardagh is impressive, but Aisling takes the cake.

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The 349 sq m/3,767 sq ft, four-bedroom property has been designed to maximise viewing space over the Macgillycuddy Reeks and lakes of Killarney, and it’s set on two and a half acres of gardens.

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Aisling is tastefully and elegantly designed throughout.

The cherrywood kitchen features a magnificent centre island and unusually high ceilings. An adjacent dining area is one of many places in the home where you’ll find those incredible mountain views.

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The property has solid mahogany flooring and underfloor heating throughout, and three reception rooms. The most impressive one has to be the large sitting room, which is located on the lower floor of a split level landing.

It offers more stunning views as well as space and light for entertaining.

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Venture further through the home, and you’ll find the master bedroom suite which boasts a balcony, bathroom and walk-in wardrobe. All of the bedrooms in the property are doubles with access to ensuites, too.

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Surrounded by large mountain ranges and shimmering lakes, it’s easy to forget that the real world exists here. In case you do need to get back to reality, though, Killarney is 20 minutes away, Tralee is 45, and Cork Airport will take you 90 minutes by car.

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Aisling, Ardagh, Loreto Road, Killarney, Co. Kerry €2,200,000 from REA Coyne and Culloty via Daft.ie.

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