Howth’s new high-end homes to prove tempting

9th May, 2015
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One of the five-bedroom homes at Thormanby Hill

The Howth Peninsula is home to one of Ireland’s most beautiful natural landscapes, as well as the country’s oldest occupied building, Howth Castle. While the castle is a dominant feature of Dublin Bay, the area itself is made up of prominent peaks, coastal walks, heather covered hills, peat bogs and beaches, which together create a patchwork of natural beauty.

At the heart of it is Thormanby Hill, Cosgrave’s latest development of...

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