Beautiful 4 bedroom house well maintained, in quite residential area,

Beautiful 4 bedroom house well maintained, in quite residential area,




Aug 2011

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Beautiful well maintained home in Dublin leafy suburbs. 15 mins to Dublin City Centre, Dublin Airport, and major motorway network to all parts of Ireland.
5 mins walk to the Phoenix Park , largest city park in Europe and Dublin Zoo. Famous in 2011 for the visit of Queen Elizebeth II and Barack Obama. Walking distance to well known Irish pubs , supermarket and bus and train transport. 5 mins drive to public golf course ( Elm Green) Ideally suited for short break / holiday to Dublin or base for visiting friends and family or just to sample the Irish hospitality


More about us

  1. professional couple in fiftys, three children , grown up , two daughters in Melbourne Australia

  2. Tim is a healthservice manager , Angela is a nurse . One son Timothy in college studing Music Technology

  3. We love sport especially golf, have two pets a westie called Alfie and a cat called Simpson

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Wongs , Castleknock village, The Hole in the Wall
Cool bars
Halfway House, Myos
Cozy cafés
Trentinos, Douglas and Kaldi
Retail therapy
Grafton Street, Blanchardstown and Dundrum Shopping Centres
Bit of culture
Gaiety and Abbey Theatre, The O2
Walks in the park
Phoenix Park , 5 mins walk
Spot of exercise
Walking , Jogging , Running and Golf
Day tripping
Dublin zoo, Malahide, Howth, Dun Laoighre, Curragh, Leopardstown and Fairyhouse race course

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