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It’s no secret that Howth is one of north Dublin’s most beautiful locations. With soaring cliff walks, fine dining, historic properties, sea swimming and more, this coastal village is in high demand from buyers looking to set down roots.

Only 10 kilometres from Dublin city, Howth offers a peaceful way of living with every imaginable amenity. Tourists and residents alike enjoy Howth’s abundance of local shops lining the seafront and the village’s award-winning, fashionable restaurants and gastropubs. This family-friendly location offers a number of primary and secondary schools in the area, and access into Dublin city is a quick, 30-minute DART ride with stunning coastal views.

This fishing village is home to some of the most spectacular cliff and beach walks, with Claremont Beach, Balscadden Bay and Burrow Beach all easily accessible. On the weekends, take a stroll along the pier and stop into the local Howth Market for a cup of coffee and peek at its many stalls. For a bite to eat, you have your choice of everything from fine dining at local Aqua Restaurant to handy, classic fish and chips at Beshoff’s.

There is a home for every family in Howth, with a wide array of large period homes, bungalows and semi-detached houses for the growing family. Just be prepared for frequent visitors when you settle down in this charming and popular neighbourhood!

  • Large selection of shops, restaurants and pubs
  • Numerous beaches
  • Stunning coastal cliff walks
  • Charming village atmosphere
  • Working harbour with walkways and paths and pier
Bus service on Dublin Bus 31 serves Howth all day, and the DART has regular access to Dublin city centre in just 30 minutes.
  • Howth/Greystones
Dublin Bus
  • 31 – Talbot St./Howth Summit
  • 31n – D’Olier St./Howth
What Howth Has To Offer
What Howth Has To Offer
Parks and
Yacht club and marina
Coffee shops
Seafood restaurants
Convenience stores
Golf Club

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