Raheny is a small village in north Dublin beside the sea, 7km from town and close to the villages of Howth and Clontarf. It has a lovely village feel with lots of restaurants, boutiques, local shops, a library, and a Supervalu.
Saint Anne’s Park is on the doorstep and is the second largest park in Dublin with its own rose garden. It has lots to offer with playing pitches, tennis courts, boules courts, a par-3 golf course, a playground, and a picnic area.
Bull Island is a small island to the East of Raheny and is a national nature reserve with a 5km sandy beach called Dollymount Strand. It can be reached by a causeway bridge at Raheny or a wooden bridge at Clontarf and is perfect for a day out.
There are lots of good places to eat and drink in Raheny. It is full of coffee places offering good coffee and tasty lunches. Dinner options include Italian, Asian and Pakistani and local pubs have good grub, craft beers and live music.
There are many bus routes available, and the DART will get you into the city centre in less than 15 minutes or 20-minutes by car.
The property is also adjacent to the Sutton to Sandycove (S2S) cycleway, a waterfront cycle and walkway that stretches around Dublin bay.
Raheny is perfect for anyone looking for village living beside the coast with green spaces and just a short trip from town.