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Dollymount Court, Doyle's Lane, Clontarf, Dublin 3

4 beds 3 baths 176m 2Energy RatingDetached House Refreshed on Mar 26, 2020
#55 of 65 Properties Viewed in Clontarf
REA Grimes (Clontarf)
REA Grimes (Clontarf)
Tel: 01 853 0630
PSRA Licence No. 001417
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LAUNCHING END APRIL 2020 - PLEASE REGISTER YOUR INTEREST Welcome to Dollymount Court. A small and exclusive one-off development of just 4 contemporary 4 bedroomed detached houses. These elegant and modern family homes have been built to the highest standards and incorporate A rated energy efficient technologies. This central and yet private location allows a discerning purchaser to put down roots in the prestigious suburb of Clontarf. LOCATION Boasting a long and rich history dating back over many centuries, Clontarf is probably most famous for the Battle of Clontarf in 1014. Arguably one of Dublin’s most historically significant suburbs, the Battle of Clontarf saw Brian Boru, the High King of Ireland, defeat the Vikings of Dublin and their allies. Today, Clontarf is an affluent coastal suburb on the northside of the city – approximately 5km from Dublin city centre – and home to some of Dublin’s finest residential properties. One of Dublin’s most sought-after addresses, Clontarf offers the best of both worlds being close to the coast, 240 acres of parklands at St Anne’s Park, and even a nature reserve to escape from the stresses of modern day life, yet just 15 minutes from Dublin city by car. The area is well served by public transport and is within easy access of the M1, M50 and Dublin Airport. Clontarf boasts a host of convenient shops, restaurants and boutiques, as well as businesses synonymous with the area, such as Nolan’s Supermarket and Clontarf Castle Hotel. Several established primary and secondary schools are located in Clontarf, and those who enjoy keeping active will appreciate the numerous sporting activities including golf, tennis, rugby, cricket and GAA, as well as St Anne’s Park, Dollymount Strand, and Clontarf Promenade and cycle track.

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