Victorian red brick terraced house, Drumcondra, Dublin city

Victorian red brick terraced house, Drumcondra, Dublin city


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms
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Our home

Our home is rustic Victorian red brick terraced house in the heart of Dublin city. We have a lovely sitting room with original fireplace and wooden floors, some antique furniture and a comfortable leather button hole role back couch. We have a new well equipped dine in kitchen with a range cooker. Laundry room, 2 large bright bedrooms with cast iron double beds and one full bathroom with bath and shower. We have a small yard to the rear with outdoor dining table.

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Who we are

  1. We are a recently married professional couple in our thirties, who love to travel.

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Where is it?

Your neighbourhood

We live in the leafy area of Drumcondra which is very centrally located; 15-20 minute walk to Dublin's city center, 3 min walk to Bus stop (on the airport route, 20 mins to airport, 10 or less on bus to city). Also on the Dublin city train line from which to explore the coastal fishing villages of Howth, Dun Laoghaire, and beach villages of Dalkey and Killiney.
We are on the doorstep of Croke Park, Ireland's National Gaelic stadium (5 minute walk), and the National Botanical Gardens (15-20 minute walk). There are shops, restaurants and a bank within a 5 minute walk of the house.
The beautiful beach of Dollymount and bird sanctuary of Bull Island in Clontarf is only 4 miles away.
Dublin is a wonderful city to explore with a rich literary culture excellent museums, walks, pub scene, unique shopping and great restaurants.
The coastal suburbs of Dublin all within a 20 minute train or Dart ride offer beautiful coastal scenery and walks. Dublin is also very accessible to County Wicklow (daily tours from the city) - The garden of Ireland where you can explore Glendalough - an ancient monastic site renowned for beauty and history.

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