Castle Vernon is perfectly located along the idyllic North Dublin coastline, only a few miles from Dublin City Centre.

The exclusive coastal suburb of Clontarf has something to please every age and taste. Enjoy a stroll or a picnic in the leafy surroundings of St Anne’s Park, or catch up with a friend for coffee at Olive’s café in the Red Stables. Challenge yourself with a cycle along the newly extended cycle lane to Howth, or simply feel the peace of the sea as you watch the boats bob at the water’s edge.

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Situated only minutes from the city centre, Castle Vernon is perfectly located for commuters. Dublin is only five minutes via the DART light-rail system, while an abundance of day and late-night bus routes make commuting a cinch. The M1 and M50 motorways are a short drive away, meaning easy access to Dublin International Airport and the national network of main roads.

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The North Dublin coastline is a thriving hub of activity, and Castle Vernon is perfectly situated at one of the best spots. Every sport you can think of, from rugby to cricket to GAA, is well represented in the area, but possibly the biggest draw is, of course, the sea itself. Take to the seas with Clontarf Yacht & Boat Club, or try your hand at kitesurfing on Dollymount Strand. Make the most of a warm summer’s day on the beach, or simply take an evening stroll by the water – it’s all on your doorstep.

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