At a Glance
Get to know the Neighbourhood
Sallynoggin is a popular Dublin suburb, located right beside Glenageary in the southeast of Dublin county. The name derives from ‘sally noggins’, the old timber frame houses that used to populate the area. Sallynoggin was once part of Glenageary, but became its own suburb during the development of local authority housing in the area between the late 1940s and mid-1950s.
Today, Sallynoggin is an excellent neighbourhood to settle down in, with a host of amenities including playing fields, parks, shopping facilities, hardware stores, cafes, gyms and beauty salons. The neighbourhood is well populated, with both an ALDI and Lidl, Woodie’s, and a number of other services. Families in the area have their choice of some of Dublin’s best schools, both primary and secondary. In terms of lifestyle, Sallynoggin is situated between Dun Laoghaire and Killiney, and residents can enjoy all of the sea swimming, sailing and nature walks both areas have to offer.
Sallynoggin is well served by public transport. All-day bus service runs through the area and Glenageary DART station is just a 20-minute walk away, making access to the city centre and surrounding areas extremely easy.
- Highly desirable suburb close to a host of amenities
- Excellent homeware shopping facilities
- Excellent grocery facilities
- Excellent transport links
- Superb array of recreational amenities
- Mature and well-established neighbourhood
- At Glenageary (Howth/Greystones)
- 7A – Mountjoy Sq to Loughlinstown/Bride’s Glen Luas
- 7B – Shankill to Mountjoy Sq
- 45A – Kilmacanogue to Dun Laoghaire
- 111 – Dun Laoghaire to Bride’s Glen via Dalkey