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Clontarf is a wonderful area of choice as it’s close to the city (approx. 4 miles), Dublin docklands and east-point business park which makes it a highly sought after area.


Raheny certainly is a popular area and we know why. One can enjoy the best of both worlds with the city centre and the beach just around the corner.


Many years ago, Fairview served as a small town for wealthy people who needed to escape from the bustling city. Since then, not much has changed, still keeping its tight-knit community – expect today there is always a hive of activity in Fairview.


Although Marino is one of Dublin’s smaller neighbourhoods in terms of size, it adds drastically to the ‘small-village’ community feel amongst many of the original old buildings that are still present.


Killester is a quiet town, only a short few miles north of Dublin’s city centre. The area hosts a number of local businesses, including a shopping plaza with a supermarket, pharmacies, a service station, café and a pub.


The small town of Artane is located in the Dublin 5 suburb and is one of the most up-and-coming areas of Dublin, especially for those wishing to buy their first home.


The quiet town of Glasnevin is one of the most popular areas on the northside of Dublin. It’s close to the city centre with plenty of transport routes, offering 3 pre-schools, 7 different primary schools and 2 secondary schools, making it a perfect choice for families.


The friendly town of Drumcondra is one of the older inner residential suburbs of north Dublin offering a leafy neighbourhood that’s still close to the city centre. Because of the town’s age, you will find old-world charm around almost every corner as about 46% of the Victorian terraced villas were built between 1919 and 1960. That being said, there is a good balance of old and new where you can enjoying the young cafes and up-and-coming businesses on the main stretch.

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