Cosy house in Suburbs of Dublin

Cosy house in Suburbs of Dublin

Niamh

 

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4 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
3 Bathrooms

About our home

We live in a semi detached home, in the suburbs of Dublin (a place called Lucan). Very family friendly area - within walking distance of supermarkets, shops. Links to roads into the city centre (approx 20 minutes drive), local bus service and train service also within walking distance of house, which will take you to city centre. Large garden to rear of property for children and large green area to front of property for children to play in.

Features

More about us

  1. We're a married couple with 2 children - toddler and baby

  2. We love outdoor activities for the children, good food and wine.

  3. We are professionals - wokring in Marketing and Pharmaceuticals

Swap availability

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Open to offers
Green
Available
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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
Di Bella Lucan, Finnstown House Hotel, La Banca
Cool bars
The lord Lucan, Several cosy Irish pubs in Lucan village approx 20-30 minutes walk
Cozy cafés
Superquinn Cafe, O'Briens Sandwich Bars, River Side Cafe Lucan Village, The Weir Cafe Lucan Village
Retail therapy
Superquinn Shopping Centre, Liffey Valley Retail Park
Bit of culture
Museums, exhibitions, shopping, bars and restaurants within Dublin City centre
Walks in the park
Grifffeen Valley Park, Corkagh Park, Phoenix Park
Spot of exercise
Walking in local Parks.
Day tripping
Several Day trips available to take part in from Dublin City Centre. See Tourisim Ireland or Dublin tourist

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