Dundrum, located approximately 8km south of Dublin City, straddles the D14 & D16 postal codes and is one of the most sought after addresses in the country. Dundrum’s desirability as an address stems from the fact that it is a location that really has everything; there is no compromise. It is most famous for Dundrum Town Centre, Ireland’s largest shopping and recreational emporium. People come from all over Dublin and further afield to avail of the seemingly endless array of shops, cafes, restaurants & cinema – no need or want is left uncatered to in Dundrum.
Dundrum is extremely well served by public transport with its own Luas Green Line stop as well as being criss-crossed by a plethora of bus routes such as the 14, 17, 44, 44b, 61, 75, 116 & 175. The M50 is easily accessed for those travelling by car and the city is comfortably commutable in around 30 minutes. For those with children, an array of high-quality schools are on offer with Holy Cross, Taney Parish & Balinteer Educate Together among those serving primary school children with St Tiernan’s Community School, St. Benildus, St. Raphaela’s Secondary School, Wesley College a selection of the secondary schools on offer. In terms of property, the full range of apartments, terraced, semi-detached and large detached properties are on offer in Dundrum. Owing to the areas highly sought-after status, prices are at the upper end of the scale.