At a Glance
Get to know the Neighbourhood
Shankill is a hidden gem in South County Dublin. The neighbourhood is known for its charming village feel with a substantial cache of Tidy Town awards. Shankill is popular for its family-orientated way of life, populated primarily by residential housing and within close proximity to the beach.
Neighbouring Co Wicklow, Shankill is situated approximately 18 kilometres from Dublin city centre. The village main street hosts a variety of local shops, restaurants and pubs. More extensive shopping is available at the convenient Shankill Shopping Centre, complete with a newly opened Lidl. As far as recreation goes, the options are endless in this area. Shanganagh Park extends to 89 acres of stunning walks, playgrounds, a dog park and sports pitches, not to mention access to Shankill Beach with its seaside strolls and swimming. The avid golfer will be right at home in Shankill and can avail of both Woodbrook Golf Club and nearby Old Conna Golf Club.
The family-friendly nature of this village is evidenced by the wide array of schools in the area, including Scoil Mhuire, St Anne’s, Rathmichael National School and Woodbrook College Secondary School. Getting into Dublin city centre is easy, with a number of regular public transport routes — including bus and DART – offering all-day service in the area. For adventures further afield, the N11 and M50 interchanges are only a short distance away.
- Mature residential location
- Local village with a range of facilities
- Served by both Dublin Bus and DART
- Shanganagh Park with access to the seafront
- A good selection of primary and secondary schools
- At Shankill (Howth/Greystones)
- 7n – D’Olier St towards Shankill
- 45A – Kilmacanogue to Dun Laoghaire
- 84 – Bray Train Station to Blackrock
- 145 – Heuston Station to Ballywaltrim
- 155 – Bray Train Station to IKEA