Sharon Corr knocks €2m off the price of chic D4 mews in fresh bid to sell the property
Sharon Corr has put her Dublin 4 pad back on the market in a fresh bid to offload the property.
The music star first put her Ballsbridge home up for sale in 2008 with a €3.25m asking price but failed to secure a buyer.
Now, the three-bedroom home, located off leafy Ailesbury Road, is on sale for €900,000 - a third of the original asking price.
Hidden away in the secluded Ailesbury Mews, off Ailesbury Road, the exclusive two-storey property boasts three bedrooms and three bathrooms as well as its own gated courtyard.
The Corrs' violinist and her husband Gavin Bonnar tried to sell the property back in March 2008, but later slashed the asking price to €2.75m and then to €2m.
It failed to sell and was later removed from her real estate agent's website.
With a renewed and much cheaper asking price of under €1m, the property has gone on sale again through a new agent.
Sharon has just finished a tour of the UK and Ireland after the family pop group returned following a 10-year hiatus with a tour and an album, White Light.
The 45-year-old and her siblings - Andrea, Caroline and Jim - originally come from Dundalk and have sold more than 30 million albums since their 1995 debut Forgiven Not Forgotten.
The group played the 3Arena two weeks ago and Sharon said it is great that they were able to share the experience with their children this time around.
The former Voice of Ireland mentor has two children with husband Gavin - with eight children all together in the Corr clan.
"It's so weird because you've had eight children - the most important part of our lives - and they've never ever seen us perform together," she said.