The Jewel in Dublin’s Crown
The Howth Peninsula is home to an outstanding natural landscape and an exceptional architectural heritage that boasts Ireland’s oldest occupied building at Howth Castle.
Howth is an enchanting coastal town with “The finest view west of Naples” as HG Wells was moved to exclaim in a sentiment clearly understood by anyone who has enjoyed even a few hours on the peninsula.
Howth Head is “the jewel in Dublin’s crown”, a dominant feature of Dublin Bay, with a number of prominent peaks, the highest of which is Black Linn. The landscape here is dramatic and varied with coastal walks, hills of heather, peat bog, beaches and it is all easily accessible to the Thormanby Hill resident by a network of paths and cycle ways all linking back to the towns vibrant seafront with its promenade and harbour.
Howth has long been a sought after address and offers exceptional local amenities in a stunning maritime setting with the added strategic benefit of easy access to Dublin’s City Centre and International Airport. Here at the heart of it all is Thormanby Hill, an exceptional development of large five bedroom detached houses brought to you by the Cosgrave Team that has created many of Dublin’s finest addresses. Thormanby Hill is the culmination of decades of expertise and offers a distinguised, sustainable home and a truly exceptional setting for family life.
In harmony with Cosgraves vision for Thormanby Hill are the words of William Butler Yeats who lived for a time at near by Balscadden House “I have spread my dreams under your feet, thread softly because you thread on my dreams”. Welcome to Thormanby Hill.