Sale Agreed

4 The Cottage Home Tivoli Place, Tivoli Road,

Dun Laoghaire, Co. Dublin, A96 D215
Asking price
Senior Negotiator

Caroline Kevany

Dalkey Office
Caroline Kevany

Is this the property for you?

2 Bedrooms
3 Bathrooms
143 sqm

The Cottage Home is a beautiful Victorian building originally constructed in 1887 located on Tivoli Road in the heart of Dun Laoghaire. The entire structure was sympathetically restored and renovated in 2017 by Montane Developments and converted into five luxury houses. Duignan Dooley Architects were the design lead on the project who were tasked with the conservation of the property and its outbuildings, the façade has been meticulously restored with the original brickwork brought back to life.

Property details



  • Reception Hall (4.70m x 2.70m )with Moroccan cement handmade floor tiles by Papham design, radiator cover, two centre roses, ceiling coving and cloakroom/understairs storage
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room (4.60m x 2.70m )with timber floor, a range of fitted cupboards in a deep navy blue, polished marble countertop, integrated five ring gas Smeg hob, integrated electric Smeg oven with extractor fan over, sink unit, integrated Smeg microwave, integrated Smeg fridge/freezer, houses the Vokera gas boiler, integrated Smeg dishwasher, radiator cover
  • Downstairs W.C. (1.95m x 1.50m )with w.c., wash hand basin, heated towel rail, tiled walls and floor with Fired Earth tiles, ceiling coving and recessed lighting
  • Inner Hall/Home Office (3.30m x 1.80m )with ceiling coving and centre rose, radiator cover, double doors leading to the
  • Living Room (6.00m x 5.40m )with woodblock tumbled Caislean oak parquet flooring, limestone surround with gas-fire by Lamartine, radiator cover, bespoke ironmongery book shelving, two large windows with remote blinds living room, door out to the rear garden,

The neighbourhood

The neighbourhood

Shopping centres
Yacht clubs
Farmer’s Market

Dun Laoghaire has had its share of monikers over the years. Initially established as Dun Leary, then renamed Kingstown in honour of King George IV’s 1821 visit, it is now known in the original Irish spelling as Dun Laoghaire. One thing has stayed the same, however — the area’s popularity with residents and tourists alike!

Dun Laoghaire has a rich history as a major port, once being the largest in the country, as well as the endpoint for Ireland’s first railway.

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