The property was listed for sale for more than €30 million. The 76-year-old is the owner of over 35,000 acres of property in the UK. He amassed his €10 billion fortune by designing and manufacturing a revolutionary bagless hoover. His land holdings is equivalent to King Charles.

The Irish Examiner reports that Ballynatray House currently owns the record Irish price for a private home or estate at over €30 million.

With views of the Blackwater River, Ballynatray is an 850-acre rural estate built in the Georgian style in the eighteenth century. It's in County Cork, upriver from Youghal.

Built in the early 17th century, the original home on the site is known to have existed until it was nearly destroyed in 1645. Later, it was reconstructed by succeeding generations.

James Dyson is mostly a resident of Gloucestershire, England's Dodington Park, a 300-acre Georgian estate. That estate cost him £15 million when he bought it in 2003.

He has a large portfolio of properties in Britain, and in 2019 he bought a luxurious apartment in Singapore for £43 million. Mr. Dyson was said to have purchased it for a “bargain price” many million less than the asking price, even at that enormous amount.

The 21,108 square foot house has two kitchens, an entertainment room, a 600-bottle wine cellar, a roof terrace, a jacuzzi room, and a 12-meter swimming pool.

It also provides a 24-hour butler service and an administrative assistant who books Mr. Dyson's private plane or boat lease.

Strong rumours also suggest that he bought a £26.5 million home in 2019 that is located across from Singapore's Unesco-listed Botanic Gardens. He also owns a 300-foot superyacht and homes in France.

Henry Gwyn-Jones, who acquired Ballynatray House more than twenty years ago, put the estate up for sale.

James Dyson's invention of the contemporary cyclonic Hoover cleaner method brought him great wealth. In addition, his company produces beauty accessories and hand dryers.

Prior to the UK vote in 2016, he was among the most well-known CEOs to endorse Brexit.