Sale agreed on former One Direction star's Westmeath mansion

Niall Horan's Mullingar mansion has gone sale agreed, according to

The six bedroom and six bathroom property in Gaybrook had an asking price of €775,000, almost €300,000 more than the former One Direction man paid for it in December 2016.

In the posting on, Murphy Gubbins Auctioneers said that the mansion “provides a delightful opportunity to enjoy peaceful, private countryside living while being just 10km from Mullingar town and 80km to Dublin City Centre via the M4”.

“The property is presented in turn key condition and provides generous living space with well-proportioned rooms throughout. It enjoys an abundance of bright and spacious reception rooms at ground floor including a games room with a built in bar and there are 6 generous bedrooms at first floor, the majority of which are en-suite.

“Many of the reception rooms enjoy direct access to the surrounding patio area while a selection of the bedrooms feature Juliet balconies. This truly is an outstanding family home. Externally the property includes just over 10 acres of land with block built sheds, a timber workshop, a hen house and a westerly facing patio area.

“There are electric gates and stone walls to the front and a tarmacadam driveway. The current owners recently installed new windows and external doors throughout the house as well as a new a boiler along with stoves in all of the reception rooms . This will most certainly have a positive impact on the existing BER rating. All bathrooms were also recently refurbished.”

In a 2020 interview with GQ magazine, Niall revealed that he spends his time between South London and London and bought the Gaybrook house, Il Sogno, for his mother Maura and stayed there when he came home.

You can view the property here.