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Ballybrack is a residential suburb of South County Dublin, situated south of Killiney and approximately 16 kilometres from Dublin city centre. This family-friendly neighbourhood is popular with couples with children looking for a quiet neighbourhood close to all the amenities of modern living.

Locals can enjoy all that neighbouring Killiney has to offer, including stunning views over Dublin Bay at Killiney Hill and Killiney Beach. Ballybrack itself is centred around a small village offering excellent local shopping.

Ballybrack Shopping Centre benefits from the convenience of a large Tesco. Nearby Kilbogget Park is popular for its green space and numerous sports clubs, including Ballybrack Football Club, Foxrock Cabinteely GAA club as well as Seapoint Rugby Club. In this family-oriented area, a choice of primary and secondary schools such as St John’s, Scoil Cholmcille, St Laurence College and Holy Child Killiney offer education to students of all ages.

Ballybrack is well served by a number of public transport routes. Three Dublin Bus routes service the area all day and for drivers, the N11 and M50 interchange is just a short distance away, offering access to the Luas at Cherrywood and further bus routes.

  • Mature residential location
  • Local village with a range of facilities
  • Bus, DART and LUAS all within walking distance
  • Minutes from the seafront
  • A good selection of primary and secondary schools
Killiney DART station is just a 15-minute walk of most areas of Ballybrack, and a number of Dublin Bus routes make Dublin City Centre easily accessible for Ballybrack residents
  • (Howth/Greystones) at Killiney
Dublin Bus
  • 7 – Bride’s Glen to Mountjoy Sq
  • 7A – Loughlinstown to Mountjoy Sq
  • 45A – Kilmacanogue to Dun Laoghaire
  • 111 – Bride’s Glen to Dalkey
  • 7n – D’Olier St. towards Shankill
What Ballybrack Has To Offer
What Ballybrack Has To Offer
Post office
Coffee shop
Sports clubs

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