Basically it is a competition and the best design will win the day. Ground floor or semi-basement level should consist of kitchen, utility, family room, TV, cinema/sports room and perhaps a bar. The master bedroom should be to the rear of the house and have a large walk-in dressing room and a large en-suite. The en-suite should have a double sink, bath, shower and the shower room should be capable of being converted into a steam room. The swimming pool area should be capable of being converted into an entertainment area and again have its own bar or facility to set up a bar when same is being used for entertainment. The front of the swimming pool should be predominantly glazed and looking across the garden and facing south/southwest.
Sean Dunne lays out plans for a house he claimed he does not own. Dunne has always denied owning Walford, an Edwardian-era mansion on Dublin’s Shrewsbury Road, and last year insisted he gifted his wife Gayle Killilea €58m to buy the property a decade ago. However, an email written by the Carlow-born developer shows Mr Dunne personally instructed a project management firm about extensive renovation plans he had in mind for the property.