Malahide Road, Dublin 13
Originally an early monastic site founded by Saint Sampson, Balgriffin and its environs provide plenty of appeal for anyone alert to the history of their surroundings. The area’s heritage is preserved in sites such as St Doulagh’s Church, a tiny medieval chapel that sits on the Malahide Road.
Located in richly landscaped cul-de-sacs and enjoying generous private and public gardens, the spaciousness at Castlemoyne creates a relaxed, safe atmosphere for everyone. In many ways Castlemoyne represents a return to a style and quality more associated with the luxury of traditional houses in the past.
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Nestled within the coastal triangle of Sutton, Portmarnock and Malahide, Castlemoyne is served by a great range of amenities. As part of the overall development of the area, over €20m has been spent on the redevelopment of the adjoining Father Collins Park, a scenic and recreational area of 55 acres. The villages of Howth and Malahide are just a short drive away and provide a wonderful and complete range of recreational facilities.
Those who love sport and outdoor activities are well catered for by a wealth of golf courses (Portmarnock, Malahide, Sutton, Deerpark, Howth, St. Anne’s and Royal Dublin) and numerous GAA, soccer and rugby clubs in the area.
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