Neptune House is a secluded luxury development comprising of 13 newly built houses and four extra-large apartments in a sensitively refurbished 250 year old Georgian Villa.
This semi detached house offers a superb blend of contemporary design, bespoke fittings and space, spanning to 1959 sq.ft.
The original house was built in c.1767 as a private Georgian Residence and was once the home to The Earl of Clonmel, Chief Justice of the King's Bench in 1784. In 1916 it was home to British reinforcement troops who landed in Dun Laoghaire for the purpose of defeating the Republican Army at the GPO and during the First World War it was set up as an auxiliary hospital. In 1930 it was opened as a charity for infants known as St Patricks Infants Hospital run by Mary Josephine Cruice.
Neptune House sits between the villages of Blackrock and Monkstown and blends perfectly into the mature surroundings.
The houses are contemporary in design and are a visual contrast against the Georgian grandeur of the main house. All houses benefit from the very latest modern efficiencies that A-Rated homes enjoy. Each house employs the latest in modern technologies to achieve their A-rating including a highly efficient heat exchange heating system, state of the art Carlson windows. Internally, each house is fitted to a very high standard with beautiful fitted kitchens and premium integrated appliances, superior tiling, elegant fitted wardrobes and high ceilings at ground floor level.
Situated just 5 miles from Dublin City Centre, Blackrock combines total convenience with a wealth of exceptional amenities. Neptune House is within a short walk of both Blackrock and Monkstown villages hosting an excellent range of shops, churches, seafront ...