3 bed bungalow in very quiet suburb

3 bed bungalow in very quiet suburb

Eddie

 

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
3 Bathrooms

About our home

Lovely bungalow. Very quiet area. 32 k to Dublin City centre. And on a main bus route. 47k from Dublin airport (40 minutes drive) Close to quaint Naas town centre. 20k to Kildare shopping outlet. 5k to Punchestown racecourse. 4K to the nearest train station. Naas is a great town with many lovely restaurants and pubs.

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More about us

  1. We’re a couple in our late 50s. We have 3 adult children, 2 in Ireland and 1 in Sydney. We have 3. Grandchildren in Sydney and 3 in Ireland.

  2. Eddie is a self employed project manager.
    Lena is a psychotherapist.

  3. We love to walk, cycle, read and travel. Plus spend time with family and friends.

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Quiet, peaceful family home in a cul-de-sac. Within walking distance of Naas town Center (800m). 32k from Dublin City Center. 47k from Dublin Airport.

Buzzy restaurants
Naas has a great selection of Irish, french, Italian, Indian, Thai, Chinese, Japanese etc. Our favourites are las radas (tapas bar) and trax (Irish).
Cool bars
Try Kavanagh’s, McCormack’s or Hayden’s. All great.
Cozy cafés
Many cafes and coffee shops. Try ‘bad habits’.
Retail therapy
Kildare village outlet.
Bit of culture
The moat club in Naas or take a trip to Dublin to visit the Guinness store house, trinity college or any of the many museums
Walks in the park
Try donadea forest park, or a stroll along the canal near Naas town centre.
Spot of exercise
I run in Punchestown or Naas racecourse. There are many gyms and swimming pools in Naas.
Day tripping
Dublin (see above) or maybe the Japanese gardens (Kildare- 20k or so) or glendalough.

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