Dublin Towns/Villages with property for sale

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12 Gateway Mews, Ballymun, Dublin
Cosy quiet house in a cul de sac. Completely refurbished in the last year. Close to amenities, publi...
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64 Ivy Court, Beaumont, Dublin
Spacious Duplex Apartment spread across two floors. 2 Bed Duplex with one Master Bedroom Ensuite ...
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Apartment at Westend Gate, Tallaght, Dublin
2 Bed Apartment, completed furnished, for sale at Westend Gate, Old Blessington Road, Dublin 24...
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32C The Plaza Crescent, Swords, Dublin
2 Bed, 2 Bath apartment right in the heart of Swords. Gated community, first floor. Ideal for first ...
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Apartment at Gateway View, Ballymun, Dublin
A Spacious first floor, one bedroom apartment with balcony. ...
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73 Oak Rise, Clondalkin, Dublin
Refurbished house for sale. Quiet cul de sac. Near all amenities....
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St Josephs Place, Dorset Street, Dublin
Dublin City centre? It would be hard to get any closer....
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Apartment 2 Hanover Riverside, Dublin 2, Dublin
Hanover Riverside is located on a quiet street in the trendy Docklands area. It is on the ground flo...
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143 Orlynn Park, Lusk, Dublin
4 Bedroom semidetached house in mature estate. Ten minute walk to Lusk/Rush railway station. ...
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Dublin (Irish: Baile Atha Cliath) is the capital and largest city in Ireland, near the midpoint of Ireland's east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey and at the centre of the Dublin Region. Founded as a centre of Viking settlement, the city has been Ireland's capital since medieval times. The city of Dublin is the entire area administered by Dublin City Council. However, when most people talk about 'Dublin', they also refer to the contiguous suburban areas that run into the adjacent local authority areas of Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown, Fingal and South Dublin. This area is sometimes known as 'Urban Dublin' or the 'Dublin Metropolitan Area'.

The population of the administrative area controlled by Dublin City Council was 505,739 at the census of 2006. At the same census the Dublin Region population was 1,186,159, and the Greater Dublin Area 1,661,185. (estimated by the CSO to reach two million by 2021).

A person from Dublin is known as a Dubliner or colloquially as a Dub, or, pejoratively, a Jackeen. In a 2003 European-wide survey by the BBC, questioning 11,200 residents of 112 urban and rural areas, Dublin was the best capital city in Europe to live in, and Ireland the most content country in Europe. Dublin is the third most visited capital city in Europe (after Paris and London) with over four million visitors a year. [Source : Wikipedia.org]

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