Victorian redbrick home in the capital city

Victorian redbrick home in the capital city




Jan 2012

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 7
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Our home is a victorian redbrick property in the leafy suburb of Rathgar in Dublin. It is located on a private keyholder's square which was the birthplace of James Joyce. The square has tennis courts and a weekly organic market which you would have access to. Rathgar is a lovely area of south Dublin with numerous restaurants, cafes and shops as well as being a 30 minutes walk or 10 minute bus ride to the city centre. Our house is a recently renovated and thoughtfully decorated four bedroom property with a substantial south facing garden including a large vegetable plot and many fruit trees, all of which you are welcome to sample if in season!


More about us

  1. We are a couple with two young children, 6 and 4

  2. We work in property renovation and garden design

  3. We are open to a non simultaneous swaps but tend to be limited by the school terms

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Bijou, Vermillion, The Butchers Block, Lockes
Cool bars
The Rathgar, Slatterys, Bernard Shaw
Cozy cafés
Mayfield, Rathgar Bookshop, Bibis
Retail therapy
Nolans Delicatessan, the Vintry wineshop, Bibi's boutique
Bit of culture
Irish Writers Museum, Abbey Theatre, Chester Beatty Library
Walks in the park
Phoenix Park, Marlay Park, Iveagh Gardens
Spot of exercise
Walk/jog on the Dodder river, Hiking in the wicklow mountains, kite/windsurfing/sailing on Dublin's coast
Day tripping
Dun Laoighre/Howth - Dublin's coastline, Powerscourt House and gardens Enniskerry, Newgrange

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