Terraced Town House

Terraced Town House




Mar 2019

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1 Bedrooms
Sleeps 2
1 Bathrooms

About our home

1 bed town house built in 1988, built on grounds previoulsy owned by Clontarf Castle. The house looks out onto the front facade of Clontarf Castle, and is not overlooked. There are 32 houses in all in the estate, and these are mainly owner occupied. There is communal car parking to the front of the house, small, low maintenance garden to the rear. My House would suit couple/solo traveller looking to explore Dublin City and surrounds. Bus Terminus outside the gate which brings people into Dublin City Centre in 45 minutes. 5 minutes walk to the seafront. 10 minutes walk to DART train line. Sonny the cat comes with the house, as does the use of my car. The house fully equipped with all mod cons, including wifi.


More about us

  1. We are a couple. We do not have children but lots of nieces and nephews. Between us we have two dogs and three cats, a house in the city and one in the country. We would like to swap our town house which is close to Dublin City Centre

  2. Paul is a retired horticulturalist and Niamh works for a Financial Institution. We travel to the US once a year and Niamh skis in Europe with her sister and her family every spring.

  3. We both love live music, travelling and sport.

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Where is it?


Clontarf is a residential suburb to the north of Dublin, 3 miles/5k from Dublin city centre. The House is within walking distance of the Seafront Promenade, a very popular walk. There is also a designated cycle track along the Promenade to Sutton/Howth. The 130 Bus terminates outside the gate and the regular bus service transfers passengers into Dublin City Centre in 45 minutes. The DART Commuter train is a 10 minute walk from the house and this transfers passengers into Dublin City Centre as well as to Howth/Malahide/Bray. Clontarf has a yacht club, two tennis clubs, several golf clubs, including the presitgious Royal Dublin Golf Club, as well as the North Bull island which is a National Bird Sanctuary teeming with wild life. Clontarf is also home to St Annes Park, a 240 acre public park, which was named among the worlds top five Green Flag Parks in October 2019. Amenities include Olives Tea Rooms, public tennis courts, pitch and putt, Saturday morning Park Run, Yoga, Tai Chi, plenty of walks as well as the renowned Rose Gardens. There is a Farmer's Market in the Red Stables every Saturday, regular music events, including summer concerts. Clontarf has it all. A mere 3 miles from Dublin City Centre, by the sea and with a great park.

Buzzy restaurants
Bay, The Baths, Kinara, Fishbone, Picasso, Hemingway, Casa Pasta, The Pigeon House
Cool bars
Clontarf Castle, Grand Canal Theatre, Gate and Abbey Theatres, plenty of pubs for music
Cozy cafés
Happy Out Cafe on Bull Island, Olives Room in St Anne's Park, Tillies.
Retail therapy
Nolans Supermarket, Grafton Street in Dublin City Centre, Renaissance Boutique
Bit of culture
Clontarf Castle, North Bull Island, St Anne's Park
Walks in the park
Dollymount Strand, Prom along seafront stretching from Fairview to Sutton, St Anne's Park
Spot of exercise
Park run every Saturday morning in St Anne's Park, 9.30 am, all welcome
Day tripping
Howth, Malahide, Wicklow, Kildare, Carlingford.

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