Inside Westlife star Mark Feehily’s stunning Sligo home he sold for more than €1 million
The Westlife star put the four bedroom property on the market last summer and now it’s sold.
Mark Feehily has reportedly sold his stunning Sligo home that sits on the edge of Lough Gill for above the asking price of €1.15 million.
The Westlife star put the four bedroom property on the market last summer with estate agents Sherry Fitzgerald.
The house was built in the 1970s but Mark purchased the property in 2006 and spent years renovating the space into the stunning and stylish home it is today.
Since then, he has used it as a retreat from his hectic touring and recording schedules.
He said he knew he was going to buy it before he ever crossed its threshold and has overseen every stage of its refurbishment, from drafting plans by hand for the builders to follow to sourcing furniture and sanitaryware.
It features a recording studio, home bar, wine cellar, garage, and three acres of surrounding land.
From the living room you can see Church Island to the north, considered by some to be the real inspiration for The Lake Isle of Innisfree.
The home reportedly went sale agreed just two months after hitting the market, and it’s believed to have sold for above asking price.
Mark is clearly a fan of classic panelling, which can be found throughout, and his clever use of colour means the space is warm and inviting without falling into the grey and neutral tones favoured by many homes today.
Outside, the sprawling grounds offer privacy and serenity of the Sligo countryside. It has a kids play area and fire pit, perfect for entertaining.
See inside Mark’s stunning former home in the photo story below.