Tivoli Place will comprise five luxury townhouses in a sensitively refurbished 130 year old building. These unique voluminous 2 and 3 bedroom homes range in size from 142 to 220 sq m (1,558 to 2,377 sq ft). Features: luxurious fixtures & fittings, high ceilings, private rear gardens, 2 car parking spaces and substantial outdoor storage space.
In 1879, a lady by the name of Rosa Barrett established Tivoli Cottage, a purpose-built home and crèche to care for young children under the age of six. The Cottage Home was the first set up in Ireland to cater for children requiring care and accommodation on a daily and full time basis. W. Kaye Parry, an up-and-coming architect, who gave his services free of charge, and when the site was found on the Tivoli Road frontage of Royal Terrace, designed a large building in the cottage style with its name, “The Cottage Home for Little Children” carved in stone along the front. The name reflected the ethos of the home, aiming to provide accommodation on a homely, cottage scale, for these younger children.
Given its unique background and architectural heritage, The Cottage Home, is a protected structure. In developing Tivoli Place, Montane Developments, put the conservation of this protected structure and it’s outbuildings to the fore. The project involved restoring the attractive Victorian style façade of the building to it’s prime. The internal structure has been painstakingly restored and modelled to accommodate 5 luxury townhouses. These spectacular townhouses have been designed to maximise all original key features and their unique configuration allows for bespoke detailing throughout.
Tivoli Road, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland