Terraced House in a quiet cul de sac near Harolds Cross Park

Terraced House in a quiet cul de sac near Harolds Cross Park




Feb 2013

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 5
1 Bathrooms

About our home

Our Home is in a quiet and friendly cul de sac with families in most of the neighboring houses. There are about 25 houses in the street which has plenty of parking and a very regular bus service into the centre of Dublin which is 3 km away.


More about us

  1. Neil is a web developer who specialises in e-commerce sites. I'm a keen mountain walker and my ambition is to walk the 1056 hills of Ireland before I die - I've about 60 done so just under a 1000 to go.
    Sinead is a primary school principal who loves travelling to as many different places as possible.
    Fiachra has just turned 13 and a keen runner and a purple belt in karate and is looking forward to going to secondary school in September.
    Ruairi is nearly 12 and likes boxing, Hero factory, playing Halo on the xbox and watching Family guy on TV.

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Where is it?


Our city village (as we like to call it) is Harolds Cross. Here's a Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Harolds-Cross/105651842801181#

Harold's Cross is an urban village and inner suburb on the south side of Dublin, Ireland. Harold's Cross is situated north of Terenure and Rathgar, west of Rathmines, east of Crumlin and Kimmage, and directly south from the Grand Canal at Clanbrassil Street. It lies within the jurisdiction of Dublin City Council.

Harold's Cross stands on lands which formed, like those of Rathmines, part of the Manor of St. Sepulchre, and its name is said to have originated in a cross which marked the boundary of the lands of the Archbishop of Dublin, and warned the Harolds, the wild guardians of the border of the Pale near Whitechurch that they must not encroach. The De Meones family, who gave their name to Rathmines, also owned lands at Harold's Cross in the fourteenth century.

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