Farmleigh House, Phoenix Park Dublin

The Farmleigh estate covers an area of 78 acres & was sold by the Guinness family to the Irish Government in 1999 for €29 million. Located in the North West section of Dublin's Phoenix Park, the house has since been extensively refurbished & has regular opening hours for public visitors.
Farmleigh House, Phoenix Park Dublin
Farmleigh House photograph 2006.

Originally built as a Georgian town house residence in the 18th century, Farmleigh house was bought in 1873 by Edward Guinness. He was a great grandson of the Guinness brewery founder Arthur Guinness. During the late 1800's the original building was extended with the addition of a third storey, west wing & ballroom, the conservatory was added in 1901.
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Horse grazing in field, Farmleigh estate grounds
Horse grazing in field near Farmleigh House, Phoenix Park.

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