Our late Victorian red brick home dates from the early 1900's and is situated in an historic Dublin suburb, close to the city centre, once home to the Jewish community and the birthplace of Joyce's Leopold Bloom. The house has been restored and contains two double and one single bedrooms, two comfortable reception rooms, a large well fitted airy kitchen/dining area. The house has all mod cons - dishwasher, washer & dryer, 2 TVs, digital TV and broadband, MAC computer and games console, We have a small town garden with a deck area and BBQ which is very safe for children and gets the sun. The house also comes with two friendly cats.
The area is a Dublin Victorian suburb of mostly family homes. In the immediate vicinity there are convenient shops, bank and post office, a couple of traditional city pubs and a broad selection of good restaurants. Within close walking distance are a number of good shopping areas including supermarkets, an organic food and vegetable market, Dublin's antiques street, and ethnic food shops. A 15 minute walk will bring you to St Stephens Green and one of Dublin's most famous shopping streets; Grafton St.
Also with in walking distance are some of Dublin's most popular tourist sites - the Guinness Hopstore and St Patrick's Cathedral. There are a variety of museums within easy reach as well as the Pheonix Park and Dublin zoo.
There are frequent bus services on the nearby streets and we are within easy reach of Dublin Airport and the main train station.
We are a family of 4, Vincent is a photographer for University College Dublin, Maire is a sensory analyst for Baileys Irish Cream, Cian (16) is a keen sportsman but is not travelling with us this year, and Ana is an active ten year old.