You can regain your bottle at Willow Lodge in Delgany
Willow Lodge in Delgany comes to the market with an assortment of tempting freebies.
Firstly, it has its own freshwater spring, so the owner won't be liable for water charges — at least unless or until Irish Water finds a way to bill people for producing their own drinking water.
The agents say one of Willow Lodge's previous owners used to bottle the water and sell it to local restaurants.
And as the property is served by its own, recently upgraded, septic tank and percolation system, there won't be any wastewater disposal fees either.
Secondly, the sale includes a ride-on lawnmower.
And you'll need it, as the house is set on 1.3 acres of gardens, most of which takes the form of neat green sward.
The house is set at the end of a cul de sac at Drummin East in Delgany.
It's not as remote as it appears, however, as it's just off the N11 near Glen of the Downs.
Willow Lodge is a timber-frame construction extending over 2,150 sq ft, with thick wooden beams showing all over the house.
Downstairs is a large kitchen/dining room overlooking the garden. The main living room has a brick fireplace and an L-shaped bar.
Also on this level is a second living area with a glass roof and dual-aspect windows looking out onto the two separate patios. The current owners use this as a home office.
Upstairs are four double bedrooms, one with ensuite bathroom, as well as the main family bathroom.
Outside is a boiler house for the oil-fired central heating, together with another outbuilding, currently home of the ride-on mower.
- Dooley Auctioneers in Delgany (01-201 0300) is the selling agency and the asking price is €825,000.