An 18th century mansion and a surrounding 360 acre parkland estate near Ennis remains up for sale more than 8 months after initially being placed on the market.
Located just over 3 miles from Ennis and accompanied by an asking price of €3m, Newhall House was built in 1765 by Charles MacDonnell, M.P. and was designed by the famous architect, Francis Bindon.
The 15,000 square ft. home, which comes with gate lodges, woodlands, parklands and lakes, is being sold by the family of late Patrick Francis Joyce who occupied the property until recent years.
Newhall was also the birthplace of his brother, lieutenant commander and World War 2 flying ace Tobias Joshua Aloysius King Joyce – or Spike, as he was more commonly known to his wartime colleagues.
For more on the property, visit Sherry Fitzgerald / Myhome.ie