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Malahide is hard to beat if you enjoy walking, golf, sailing, horse riding or simply the fresh air and relaxing in a clean environment.

A village steeped in history, Malahide has plenty to offer including specialist shops, restaurants, national and secondary schools and the beautiful Malahide Marina. Public transport is within easy reach and the village has an array of colourful shops whose owners will quickly come to know you by name (and how you like your coffee). Call into the local butcher for a leg of organic lamb, hand pick your fresh fruit and veg. Take your choice from homemade ice creams and farmer’s markets to takeaways and gourmet fine dining.

Malahide provides all the everyday services and amenities which one would expect in a modern community, offering something for everyone with their high class boutiques, restaurants, excellent schools, DART and bus service. The harbour and seafront are also close by and without doubt the Marina and the famed five mile velvet strand further enhance the many pleasures on offer in this distinctive corner of the county surrounded by beautiful parks and breathtaking coastal scenery. The nearby Malahide Castle demesne is one of the oldest and most historic castles in Ireland.

SPECTACULAR SETTING BY THE SEA ON THE EDGE OF THE CITY

Much of Malahide’s allure comes from the spectacular setting by the sea, but the transport connections from the village, to both Dublin City and elsewhere, are what ‘make’ it. Linked by the DART (journey time to Dublin under 20 minutes), the M1 and Dublin Bus services, you will find yourself away from the hectic bustle of the city, yet never isolated.

Dublin City Centre is just 16 kilometres from your new home. From the M1, the M50 brings you directly to all the country’s main routes and the airport. (Dublin International Airport is within 10 kilometres).