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Seamus Ennis Terrace, Delvin Banks, Naul, Dublin

4 beds Detached House 3 bath 154 m 2 Energy Rating


At last! The most anticipated houses in Delvin Banks come to the market. Seamus Ennis Terrace, named after local man Séamus Ennis an Irish musician, singer and music collector famed for his uilleann pipe playing, comprises four detached, A-rated, 4 bedroom family homes tucked away in their own private cul-de-sac. Given this particular location within the estate, these houses are unlikely to ever be directly overlooked. The proposed parkland area for the Seamus Ennis Cultural Centre faces the houses and the rear gardens are south facing - keep reading and you will begin to understand why these houses will be much in demand.

Naul, County Dublin is a fantastic place to live and rear a family, a village that is architecturally intact and with a community spirit like none other in Fingal. Set amidst rolling countryside and situated on the Delvin River, the village and its inhabitants, new and long established alike, take tremendous pride in their community creating an envious sense of place that is usually more associated with the relaxed way of life on the West coast of Ireland and not in busy County Dublin. Naul village has tremendous local amenities with a small pupil friendly primary school, the hugely proud Clan Mhuire GAA club, a small club with big ambitions and a tremendous welcome, The Seamus Ennis Arts Centre with endless opportunities for family fun, live entertainment, garden parties, comedy, music & dance - believe us you’ll never be bored, Kilian’s pub, a conversation venue with the emphasis on chat, the friendly Cottage Café to enjoy lunch, afternoon tea or their pre-theatre dinner with a bottle of wine, Serenity beauty salon for the ladies to pamper themselves, Snip & Set hair salon to discuss the day’s events or drop into Les Reilly & the gang in the local shop, in case you’ve missed out on the local goings on!. As you can imagine, there may not always be time to prepare and cook dinner so phone down to Tasty Bites and order a takeaway to quench your appetite. Close by are many country pursuits from equestrian, jumping, hunting, eventing and racing at Bellewstown to clay pigeon shooting. Alternat ...



REA Cumisky

21 Drogheda Street, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin / 17 North Street, Swords, Co. Dublin

Tel: 01 841 3000

PSRA Licence No.  002340


Stamp Duty: €4,375.00
Total Amount: €441,875.00