Clontarf is a coastal suburb of just over 32,000 people on Dublin’s north side; it’s an ever-popular location for property buyers and we have hundreds of people on our database actively seeking houses and apartments in Clontarf. The village itself adjoins Fairview, Marino, Killester, Artane & Raheny & is in Dublin 3. Along the southern part of Clontarf runs the seafront promenade which stretches all the way from Alfie Byrne Road to the Wooden Bridge at Dollymount. This is very popular amongst walkers, cyclers & joggers alike and is a fantastic amenity right on the doorstep of those lucky enough to call Clontarf home. Transportation links are second to none with a Dart Station on Clontarf road, a host of bus services (130, 104, 32X, 29A, 31 & 32) as well as the city centre being commutable by car in 15 minutes. A whole host of schools are on offer for those with children, both primary and secondary. Belgrove, Greenlanes & Howth Road National Schools serve the primary kids with Belvedere, St Paul’s & Mount Temple Comprehensive among the options for secondary school children. For those with the budget, Clontarf has it all and is the ideal place to live in Dublin so if you’re looking for a free valuation from an auctioneer like us who is experienced in selling property in Clontarf, then get in touch today!