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Attractive new residential development at Beaverstown Road, Donabate comprising of 4 bedroom houses on an excellent site close to the numerous amenities of this popular coastal location of natural beauty.
Donabate is blessed with great transport links, having a commuter rail service which links it with Dublin City Centre in 30 minutes, a Dublin Bus Service via the port tunnel to the city centre in 25 minutes; five minutesâ€™ drive to the M1, ten minutesâ€™ drive to Dublin Airport, fifteen minutesâ€™ drive to the M50 and approximately 30 minutesâ€™ drive to the city centre.
This stylish new development of 29 large four bedroom houses on an excellent site in the heart of Donabate, is ideal for first time buyers and families. It comprises a very good mix of detached, semi-detached and terraced houses and bungalows.
Donabate is one of Irelandâ€™s hidden gems. It has a rich history with many of the castles, windmills, towers and other features of past centuries still evident today. It is now a vibrant area centred on a picturesque village and an array of facilities that make it a very family-friendly location.
Donabate has three primary schools and a secondary school and an abundance of sports and leisure facilities, with five golf clubs, an equestrian centre, tennis club, a planned cycle path, GAA club, hockey club, football club, athletic club and plenty of marine activities, swimming, boating and kite surfing.
Apart from its local shops, restaurants, cafes, ice cream parlour, pubs and hotel, its close proximity to Malahide, which is a mere four minutes away on the train, brings it near to some of the best restaurants and amenities in the country. Swords with its myriad of shops, restaurants and other attractions is also convenient.
There are numerous places and features of interest locally including Newbridge House and Farm with parklands, Donabate Beach and Portrane Beach, the Martello Tower at Donabate Beach and the Martello Tower at Tower Bay and the 19th century listed building at St. It ...