For ten years Rosemount House has been home to Harmonia, the creative hub of Norah Casey’s magazine stable, which has produced magazines like U Magazine, Irish Tatler, and Womans Way.
This iconic detached building is now on the market with a price tag of €1.25 million.
Though it’s currently laid out as an office space, there is potential for it to be converted into a residence.
Casey, who was the first celebrity dancer to be voted off Dancing With The Stars last night said she would love to see it going to a "new careful owner".
“This has been a special place for me and the Harmonia team. When I bought Rosemount in 2007 I wanted a place with our own front door where the staff could feel they were part of an innovative team with the space and culture that would foster creativity and growth. It’s a well-loved home looking for a new careful owner!”
Rosemount House faces onto Dundrum Road and has the Luas on its doorstep, according to Paul Hipwell, Divisional Director at Lisney.
"A deceptively large office building it extends to 455 sq.m/4,898 sq.ft of office accommodation over three floor levels with a secure car park to rear. The building will be sold with vacant possession."
"Dundrum offices are hugely popular whenever they come available, which isn’t often enough for the current buoyant market," says Hipwell.
"With an abundance of amenities such the Dundrum Town Centre and the various shops, restaurants and cafes in a thriving Dundrum Village it has become an extremely popular social quarter.”