Spacious three-bedroom mid terrace family home

Spacious three-bedroom mid terrace family home

Karen

 

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

A spacious three-bedroom mid terrace family home with a lovely open plan living area. Situated in a quiet development, facing a little green, with a south west facing garden enjoying sunny seclusion.

Our cosy home has been lovingly maintained and has everything you need to help you enjoy your stay. Location alone is second to none, situated just a stone's throw from Killester dart station and Killester Village with SuperValu on your doorstep. It's only 4 stops by dart to the city centre and 3 miles driving. It's a short stroll to Dollymount sea front, it's the perfect balance of city and suburban living.

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More about us

  1. We're a couple with a baby boy, Bevan.

  2. We love spending time at home and doing family things, like getting out and about hiking or on our bikes.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
Clontarf village which is only minutes away is full of cool restaurants, like for example Fishbone, Kanoodle, the Pigeon House to name but a few
Cool bars
Harry Bynes, has to be one of the most loved establishments on the North side of Dublin, only a 10 minutes walk away
Cozy cafés
Kennedys in Clontarf is a must
Retail therapy
Lots of boutiques in Clontarf and the city centre with all it has to offer is only a 15 minute dart ride away.
Bit of culture
Glasnevin Cemetery, National Botanic Gardens, James Distillery and Guinness Storehouse, GAA Museum and Croke Park Stadium
Walks in the park
St. Anne's Park Raheny (Clontarf) only 10 minutes by foot, Dollymount strand, about 10 minutes drive, Howth hill walks 20 minutes by dart, Botanic gardens 10 minutes drive
Spot of exercise
Clontarf to Sutton promendade - 10km boardwalk great for cycling and walking, Dollymount strand just around the corner and Howth head again great for cycles and hillwalking
Day tripping
Malahide Castle, Howth head and village, Newbridge Demesne with an 18th century working farm in Donabate, Co.Dublin great for kids

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