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About Ballsbridge
When people think of Ballsbridge, they think exclusive. Considered one of the most affluent areas in Dublin, Ballsbridge is home to the Irish rugby and soccer team and foreign embassies. Wide, tree filled streets filled with Victorian houses sits comfortably alongside major hotel chains, easy access to the City va buses and trains. Named after a three arch bridge bridge crossing the river Dodder, Ballsbridge has a long history as the home of upper class families. Herbert Park offers 32 acres of greeenery for you to stroll around at your will. The park as football pitches, tennis courts and a children's playground. In addition, Ballsbridge has access to good schools, shops, bars and restaurants.
(€100 - €10,000)
Ballsbridge Range
(€500 - €3,000)
Ballsbridge Average
Average Apartment
2 bed apartment
Average House
2 bed house
4+ bed house
Who lives here
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Average property ratings
These are the average ratings of lettings in Ballsbridge
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Elements that influence this are the response rate of the landlord / management company and their efficiency at dealing with issues.
This is a rating of the amenities available to the tenant such as reliable wifi, microwave, oven, dishwasher, stove, etc.
This score is based on neighbourhood safety, parking, noise, food stores, out door parks, etc.
Living in Ballsbridge
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To Do
Phoenix Park
Phoenix Park
Getting around
Ballsbridge has great transport links with the city centre. Check them out below.
Bus Stops
Dublin Bikes