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Deansgrange is a popular residential suburb of South County Dublin, centred on a crossroads and bordered by Cabinteely, Foxrock, Blackrock and Dun Laoghaire. Deansgrange is a predominantly residential family-orientated area with a good number of local amenities, excellent shopping facilities, schools, banks and restaurants, as well as Deansgrange Library.

The majority of properties in Deansgrange were built between 1920 and 1980 and it has a relatively young demographic. 90% of the accommodation type in Deansgrange is housing, with only 9% being apartments. It is approximately 10 kilometres from the city centre and the area is very well serviced by excellent bus routes.

Kilbogget Linear Park is a superb amenity that commences at Deansgrange and provides a wonderful open green space with walking and cycling tracks as well as tennis courts and many football pitches running as far as Wyattville Road in Loughlinstown. The recently refurbished library at Deansgrange is a terrific resource and Deansgrange is also home to Dublin’s largest cemetery. There is a high density of good primary and secondary schools in the location and it is situated on the Quality Bus Corridor, making access to the city centre extremely easy.

Public transport
As Deansgrange is located on the Quality Bus Corridor, access to Dublin city centre is extremely convenient. The 46A is a particularly frequent bus route with its own corridor all the way to the city centre, running towards the Phoenix Park and Dun Laoghaire, a popular nearby coastal town in the opposite direction.
Dublin Bus
  • 46A - Phoenix Park towards Dun Laoghaire
  • 84 & 84A - From Blackrock towards Newcastle
  • 145 - from Heuston Station to Southern Cross, Bray
  • 84n – D’Olier Street towards Greystones
What Deansgrange Has To Offer
What Deansgrange Has To Offer
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