At a Glance
Get to know the Neighbourhood
Glenageary is a highly regarded suburb populated with houses designed with growing families in mind. Property in this area is very sought after, due to the neighbourhood’s desirable location, proximity to the seafront and excellent amenities. Dalkey, Dun Laoghaire, Glasthule and Killiney all surround the area, and residents can avail of the incredible restaurants, pubs, shopping and recreational facilities of these neighbouring villages.
An excellent selection of primary and secondary schools are located in the area, such as Glenageary Killiney National School (Wyvern), Dalkey School Project and Rathdown Girls Schools. St Paul’s Church (Church of Ireland) is located on the corner of Silchester Road and Adelaide Road.
Glenageary is an ideal location for anyone looking to live close to an abundance of leisure and recreational facilities – coastal walks, a designated cycle lane direct to Blackrock and Sandycove Promenade along with Glenageary Tennis Club, Monkstown Hockey Club and Cuala GAA at Thomastown Park. Dun Laoghaire Harbour with its four yacht clubs and extensive marina is very popular with marine and sailing enthusiasts and is only a couple of kilometres away.
Glenageary Shopping Centre, Park Pointe and a Lidl supermarket are all available for shopping, with more extensive options and boutique stores in nearby Dun Laoghaire. Access to Dublin city centre is easy, with regular bus service that also runs to Brides Glen and Loughlinstown. DART service also runs through the area, at Glenageary’s own station, with routes between Connolly Station and Bray.
- Close to the Forty Foot and Sandycove Harbour for swimming and bathing
- Tranquil scenic walks along the seafront
- Two-way cycle lane directly to Blackrock
- Sandycove Lawn Tennis Club
- Surrounded by excellent primary and secondary schools
- (Howth/Greystones) at Glenageary
- 7 – Mountjoy Sq towards Brides Glen Luas Stop
- 7a – Mountjoy Sq towards Loughlinstown