Located close to Killiney at Dublin Bay and close to the heart of Shankill, your new home at Eaton Way is connected to a vibrant and exciting community, offering spectacular views and world-renowned leisure amenities just moments away. Shankill offers a wide range of retail amenities such as popular supermarket stores, pharmacies, local hairdressers, fine restaurants, and family–friendly pubs including the award-winning Brady’s Gastro-Pub, well regarded for its high quality food and craft beers.

The immediate location is also host to a wide selection of A-rated schools. Students at all levels of education will find that their nearby options are considered second to none.

The Dublin Bay coastline from Eaton Way to Killiney is spectacular for all ages to enjoy. It is very rare to come across an opportunity to reside on the doorstep of a Blue Flag Beach, yet Eaton Way offers not only that, but also easy access to the bustling town of Shankill, local amenities of all sorts, and even Dublin city via the DART or N11.

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If amenities and outdoor space on your doorstep are your goal, then Eaton Way wins out. With the Dublin Mountains to the west, the Wicklow Mountains to the south and the Irish Sea to the east as natural borders of the area. Within this border is the 89 acres renowned Shanganagh Park, with beach access and home to DLR Leinster Cricket club, running club and a very popular enclosed dog park.

The neighbouring Shankill entrance to Killiney Beach, one of the most exclusive suburbs of the Dublin area, whose residents include many Irish celebrities, offers excellent views of the surrounding rocky coastline including Dalkey Island and Sorrento Terrace to the north, and Bray Head to the south. Due to its sheltered location the beach is popular for swimming, and is a popular spot for a picnic. Whether windsurfing, water skiing, sailing or just strolling, this beach never disappoints regardless of the season in hand.

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Looking for a round of golf can take you to Woodbrook Golf Club which has hosted the Irish Open or Loughlinstown Pitch and Putt for a more relaxed 18.

Other sporting options close by include Seapoint Rugby club, Shankill Football Club, the very popular Shankill Tennis Club, with indoor and outdoor courts; and Shankill Bowling Club situated adjacent to the tennis club.

Enjoy Brady’s gastro pub on Shankill main street, one time voted ‘Best Local Pub In Ireland’. It’s even the starting point for the ‘Dublin Mountains Way’ 43 km trail hike to The Scalp. Try Grace’s Garden, One Cafe, Street Food Outlet, and even Whelehans Wine Store and Cafe. In 2007, Shankill won the ‘National Best Urban Village’ award and two other awards in the Tidy Towns Competition.

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Shankill DART station

>> 4 minute walk

Shankill Village

>> 8 minute walk

Bray by train

>> 6 minutes

City Centre by train

>> 36 minutes

Cherrywood LUAS by car

>> 7 minutes

LUAS to Dundrum

>> 21 minutes