THE FORMER Dublin home of The Cranberries singer Dolores O'Riordan has gone on the market.
The Limerick woman had homes across Ireland and abroad-- including, once, a castle in County Clare-- and so every so often a former home of the singer comes up for sale.
Now her former five-bed house in gorgeous Howth, County Dublin, has entered the market for €1.3 million.
Dolores originally bought the home with her husband in the year 2004, and lived in the property for six years when she wasn't travelling the world with The Cranberries.
According to The Irish Times, the current owners bought the property from O'Riordan in 2010, and now, a decade later, the property is up for grabs again.
The five-bed, five-bath detached house has a sprawling, landscaped garden which comes with a gazebo and BBQ facilities, and privacy is ensured by a locked driveway and video intercom system.
The house comes complete with high ceilings and bright, airy rooms, walk in wardrobes and two attic rooms with a skylight to let the sun in on rare non-rainy days.
The popular coastal tourist spot of Howth is minutes away, and the property is just 12 kilometres from the bustling capital city.
And if you're looking to go a little further away, Dublin airport is just 25 minutes by car.
To check out more photos of the property, or to inquire about viewings or making an offer, you can visit the MyHome website here, where it is being offered by property agency Lisney.