With on site amenities including primary and secondary schools, various sports clubs, a crÃ¨che, local shops, parks and a train station, Adamstown is everyoneâ€™s favourite spot!
One of the major factors which contributed to Adamstownâ€™s selection as Irelandâ€™s first ever Strategic Development Zone was its location beside national and suburban rail and road networks.
Adamstown benefits from a brand new integrated transport system comprising a railway station, opened in April 2007, which can bring commuters to Heuston Station in just 15 minutes. It also benefits from a new Quality bus Corridor, linking the 25b bus service directly from Adamstown rail station to Dublin City Centre via grange Castle business Park.
There is a new road network linking Adamstown via the outer ring road to the N4, the N7 and onto the M50 orbital motorway. There are also convenient cycle and pedestrian routes running right through the heart of Adamstown
SPORT AND RECREATION
Adamstown is now home to a vibrant community and numerous Sports clubs including Adamstown Cycling Club and Cricket Clubs. Adamstown also benefits from its close location to the historic village of Lucan and its surrounding environs which has plentiful amenities to offer ranging from sporting pursuits such as Golf, GAA and rugby clubs to a wide range of wining and dining experiences... something to suit everyoneâ€™s tastes.
Adamstown's first neighbourhood shopping centre including Londis, a Hair & Beauty Salon and a CafÃ© & Pizzeria is open in the nearby Sentinel Building providing for day to day needs. Those looking for a little more retail therapy can stroll down to Supervalu shopping centre on the Newcastle Road or only a s ...
33 Molesworth St, Dublin 2
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