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A haven of leafy parks and woodland

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Retreat from city life
and enjoy the good life
For lazy weekends and family days out, the stunning surrounds of the Botanic Gardens are only a few minutes away. Young kids will love feeding the ducks and checking out the playground in St Anne’s Park in Raheny, while older kids can catch up with their friends at the skate park in Fairview. Take advantage of our surprise summer days with a picnic on the white sands of Dollymount, or give the little ones a history lesson in the museum at Glasnevin Cemetery or the Casino at Marino. It's all on your doorstep.
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A vibrant suburb
on your doorstep
Grace Park Wood is close to Drumcondra, which has long been considered one of Dublin's most eye-catching suburbs, thanks to its tree lined streets and red-bricked houses. Drumcondra also offers an abundance of famous pubs and eateries and is a popular area to meet friends for a drink or a bite to eat.

Everything you need
within walking distance

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Conveniently located on Grace Park Road, adjacent to Griffith Avenue, Grace Park Wood benefits from its close proximity to Dublin City Centre. The development is surrounded by the highly regarded suburbs of Drumcondra, Clontarf, Fairview and Marino, each of which offers top-class amenities and your pick of both national and secondary schools.
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links to the city

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