Trade in old home for a dream home
€1.95M PRICETAG OWNER WILL TAKE A TRADE-IN FOR LUXURIOUS HOUSE
IN A novel twist on the collapsing property market, young builder Eamonn Coleman Jr. has taken a tip from the motor trade, and will take a trade-in for his luxurious €2 million Delgany house.
The 28-year-old will even arrange finance for the balance, and has actually reduced the price tag to €1.95 million.
Eamon, who lives in the area, was raised in the UK and has Irish parents.
He and his brother began building and selling homes a number of years ago and did very well on a number of properties. Eamonn, however, is now eager to find a buyer for this high-end Lisboy home given the worrying climate.
The 492 square metre five-bed house was a real labour of love and includes natural Spanish slate roofing, solid granite window sills, under floor heating and granite boundary walls. The sheer luxury extends to five bathrooms, five showers, two jacuzzis and a downstairs loo.
The master bedroom, en-suite with a jacuzzi bath of course, is nothing short of massive, at 78 square metres, and a (sit down for this bit ladies) 20 metre walk-in wardrobe. Yes, 20 metres. Bigger than this correspondent’s apartment.