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Twelve years ago, the Guinness brewing family opened Luggala, its verdant, 5,000-acre estate outside Dublin, offering weeklong stays for €20,000 (about $21,500). Now they’re selling the property, including the castle-shaped, seven-bedroom main house, for $30 million. Over the decades, painter Lucian Freud, actor Anjelica Huston and U2’s Bono all visited Luggala as guests of the Guinness family. “One of the extraordinary things about Luggala is that it almost looks like a different place every single day,” says Guinness heir and current owner Garech Browne. Especially after a few pints.
(This story appears in the 31 March, 2017 issue of Forbes India. You can buy our tablet version from Magzter.com. To visit our Archives, click here.)