Dormitory Sui is a four-bedroom house in the historic centre of Dublin.
It’s one of the city’s most exclusive residences and is worth about €9 million.
Dublin has many of the most prestigious buildings in the city, with the likes of St John’s College, the O’Connell Street Barracks and the new Grafton and Cooley buildings all among the citys top 10.
The property has five bedrooms, a dining room and a lounge.
It is on the corner of the Graftons Lane and Graftondale Road.
Dubai’s Dormers is located in the area that’s home to a number of the biggest hotels and a number other high-end properties.
Dubrovnik is also a popular destination for wealthy expats and has a host of prestigious properties such as the Eiffel Tower, the National Gallery and the Colosseum.
The country’s top-ranked property in terms of value, is the Dormer in Dubrovnik, with a reported price tag of €3.5 million.
The highest-valued property in the capital is the prestigious Grand Hotel, with an estimated price tag on the market of €9.6 million.
There are a number properties across the country which are also popular with the wealthy and well-connected, but the most expensive of these is the new Hilton Dublin, which is worth an estimated €11.8 million.