Sinéad O’Connor puts her six-bedroom seaside house in Ireland on the market for £683k


Sinéad O’Connor has put her multicoloured seaside house in Ireland back on the market.

The singer, 54, who previously revealed she’s now staying in her holiday property, has placed her former home up for sale for £683,000 (€950,000) after previously failing to sell the property in 2017.

Sinéad’s home’s boasts an incredible six bedrooms and four reception rooms, and spread over 3,714 sq ft offers incredible views of the nearby Irish beaches.

Lavish: Sinéad O’Connor has put her multicoloured house in Ireland back on the market for £683,000 (€950,000), after failing to sell the property in 2017

Sinéad’s house has been decorated in an array of different colours with even the white walls of the home’s exterior lined with rainbow bricks.

The property, which was built in the 1860s, still has a Victorian feel with vintage wood interiors, though Sinead has clearly added her own twist with walls painted in an array of colours.

One living room boasts pastel green walls as a stark contrast to the dark furnishings, while another has paintwork in a deep magenta to match the pale pink sofas.

Moving on:u00A0The singer has placed her stunning seaside home up for sale after previously failing to sell the property in 2017 (pictured in September 2019)

Moving on: The singer has placed her stunning seaside home up for sale after previously failing to sell the property in 2017 (pictured in September 2019)

Jaw-dropping:u00A0Sinu00E9ad's home's boasts an incredible six bedrooms and four reception rooms, and spread over 3,714 sq ft offers incredible views of the nearby Irish beaches

Jaw-dropping: Sinéad’s home’s boasts an incredible six bedrooms and four reception rooms, and spread over 3,714 sq ft offers incredible views of the nearby Irish beaches

Hard to miss! The kitchen has been painted a striking shade of candyfloss pink, with a Victorian-style over and woodwork adding to the vintage feel

Hard to miss! The kitchen has been painted a striking shade of candyfloss pink, with a Victorian-style over and woodwork adding to the vintage feel

Classic: The house, built in the 1860s, boasts much of the original woodword and windows from its inception

Classic: The house, built in the 1860s, boasts much of the original woodword and windows from its inception

Even Sinéad’s garden shed is painted a deep shade of purple, with plenty of space for a large garage painted in a striking white.

The kitchen continuing the candy-coloured theme with bright pink cupboards and an enormous oven, offering lots of room to prepare food.

One of the bedroom’s also features Sinéad’s homage to the Hindu god Vishnu on a blue sky backdrop, with the mural overlooking one of the home’s enormous double beds. 

So colourful:u00A0One living room boasts pastel green walls as a stark contrast to the dark furnishings, with dark wooden bookshelves, flooring and the home's original fireplace

So colourful: One living room boasts pastel green walls as a stark contrast to the dark furnishings, with dark wooden bookshelves, flooring and the home’s original fireplace

So much colour! Another of the home's reception rooms has an extra pop of colour in the form of a rainbow rug, as well as an Edwardian-style sofa

So much colour! Another of the home’s reception rooms has an extra pop of colour in the form of a rainbow rug, as well as an Edwardian-style sofa

Lots of room:u00A0Even Sinu00E9ad's garden shed is painted a deep shade of purple, with plenty of space for a large garage painted in a striking white

Lots of room: Even Sinéad’s garden shed is painted a deep shade of purple, with plenty of space for a large garage painted in a striking white

Adding to the home’s Victorian feel, many of the rooms still boast their original fireplaces and wooden windows.

It was previously reported that Sinéad tried to sell her house back in 2017, and came close to securing a sale before it fell through, according to The Irish Times.   

Last month Sinéad penned a cryptic Twitter post to ask her fans to pray for her teenage son Shane after revealing that she’d had a ‘hideous day from hell.’

While not disclosing what had happened, she wrote: ‘Any spare prayers out there, pls stick one in for my son, Shane. The very light of my life.’

He's watching over you!u00A0One of the bedroom's also features Sinu00E9ad's homage to the Hindu god Vishnu on a blue sky backdrop, with the mural overlooking one of the home's enormous double beds

He’s watching over you! One of the bedroom’s also features Sinéad’s homage to the Hindu god Vishnu on a blue sky backdrop, with the mural overlooking one of the home’s enormous double beds

Tried and failed:u00A0It was previously reported that Sinu00E9ad tried to sell her house back in 2017, and came close to securing a sale before it fell through, according to The Irish Times

Tried and failed: It was previously reported that Sinéad tried to sell her house back in 2017, and came close to securing a sale before it fell through, according to The Irish Times

Worrying:u00A0Last month Sinu00E9ad penned a cryptic Twitter post to ask her fans to pray for her teenage son Shane after revealing that she'd had a 'hideous day from hell'

Worrying: Last month Sinéad penned a cryptic Twitter post to ask her fans to pray for her teenage son Shane after revealing that she’d had a ‘hideous day from hell’

On hold:u00A0It comes after the singer announced that she has cancelled her upcoming tour dates to enter a 'one-year programme for trauma and addiction'

On hold: It comes after the singer announced that she has cancelled her upcoming tour dates to enter a ‘one-year programme for trauma and addiction’

The mother-of-four added in another tweet: ‘Hideous day from hell.’ Several fans responded to Sinéad’s tweets, sending their well wishes and saying they’d be thinking about Shane. 

It comes after the singer announced that she has cancelled her upcoming tour dates to enter a ‘one-year programme for trauma and addiction’.

She revealed the news last November after saying she had ‘lost someone beloved’ and had endured a ‘traumatic six years.’

Concerns:u00A0She revealed the news last November after saying she had 'lost someone beloved' and had endured a 'traumatic six years'

Concerns: She revealed the news last November after saying she had ‘lost someone beloved’ and had endured a ‘traumatic six years’

Tragic:u00A0Sinu00E9ad admitted she had been 'addicted to weed for 34 years' but 'became briefly addicted' to another drug following her loss

Tragic: Sinéad admitted she had been ‘addicted to weed for 34 years’ but ‘became briefly addicted’ to another drug following her loss

Sorry! She wrote: 'Message for folks who have tickets for next year's shows: those shows are being postponed until 2022 so that I may go into a one year trauma and addiction treatment program'

Sorry! She wrote: ‘Message for folks who have tickets for next year’s shows: those shows are being postponed until 2022 so that I may go into a one year trauma and addiction treatment program’

On the mend: She then added: 'Because I had a very traumatic six years and this year was the end of it but now recovery starts'

On the mend: She then added: ‘Because I had a very traumatic six years and this year was the end of it but now recovery starts’

Upsetting:u00A0She continued the lengthy thread: 'This year I lost someone beloved and has affected me so badly that I became briefly addicted to a drug other than weed'

Upsetting: She continued the lengthy thread: ‘This year I lost someone beloved and has affected me so badly that I became briefly addicted to a drug other than weed’

Sinéad admitted she had been ‘addicted to weed for 34 years’ but ‘became briefly addicted’ to another drug following her loss.  

The singer uses two Twitter accounts, one managing her professional business with an official blue tick and another under her Islamic moniker Shuhanda Sadaqat, which she used to make the announcement. 

Apologising to her fans in a heartfelt statement, she wrote: ‘Message for folks who have tickets for next year’s shows: those shows are being postponed until 2022 so that I may go into a one year trauma and addiction treatment program because I had a very traumatic six years and this year was the end of it but now recovery starts.’ 

Addicted: Sinu00E9ad continued: 'I have been addicted to weed for 34 years. A lifetime. I grew up with a lot of trauma and abuse. I then went straight into the music business'

Addicted: Sinéad continued: ‘I have been addicted to weed for 34 years. A lifetime. I grew up with a lot of trauma and abuse. I then went straight into the music business’

I need help!u00A0The Nothing Compares 2 U hitmaker then pleaded with her fans to be 'supportive' and keep hold of their tickets for 2022, when she vowed to return with a new album

I need help! The Nothing Compares 2 U hitmaker then pleaded with her fans to be ‘supportive’ and keep hold of their tickets for 2022, when she vowed to return with a new album

Determined:u00A0But she also added that her four shows in Ireland will not be cancelled 'unless Covid prevents them' as she does not need to leave the 'country or rehab to do those'

Determined: But she also added that her four shows in Ireland will not be cancelled ‘unless Covid prevents them’ as she does not need to leave the ‘country or rehab to do those’

She continued the lengthy thread: ‘This year I lost someone beloved and has affected me so badly that I became briefly addicted to a drug other than weed. 

‘I have been addicted to weed for 34 years. A lifetime. I grew up with a lot of trauma and abuse. I then went straight into the music business. 

‘And never learned really how to make a normal life. Never took proper time to heal. Wasn’t ready to either.’

The Nothing Compares 2 U hitmaker then pleaded with her fans to be ‘supportive’ and keep hold of their tickets for 2022, when she vowed to return with a new album.

But she also added that her four shows in Ireland will not be cancelled ‘unless Covid prevents them’ as she does not need to leave the ‘country or rehab to do those’.   

What a house! Sinu00E9ad first purchased her home in Ireland in 2007, but has previously attempted to sell the property

What a house! Sinéad first purchased her home in Ireland in 2007, but has previously attempted to sell the property



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