Take a peek inside former Irish president Mary Robinson's Mayo home - it’s for sale

Take a peek inside former Irish president Mary Robinson's Mayo home - it’s for sale

The Robinsons are moving on.

Former Irish president Mary Robinson and her husband Nick have put their Mayo home up for sale.

The pair are downsizing from the estate, which sits on 113 acres of land alongside Lough Conn, Co. Mayo - and it could be yours for just €2.75m.

The house - which they purchased during her term as president in 1994 - features four large reception rooms, a library, five en suite bedrooms, a lodge house and 113 acres of gardens.

Take a peek inside former Irish president Mary Robinson's Mayo home - it’s for sale

Take a peek inside former Irish president Mary Robinson's Mayo home - it’s for sale

Take a peek inside former Irish president Mary Robinson's Mayo home - it’s for sale

Take a peek inside former Irish president Mary Robinson's Mayo home - it’s for sale

Take a peek inside former Irish president Mary Robinson's Mayo home - it’s for sale

Take a peek inside former Irish president Mary Robinson's Mayo home - it’s for sale

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Speaking about their move, Mary Robinson said “We hope that whoever buys Massbrook House will find, as we did, a haven of peace and tranquillity.”


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