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With the shops and bars of Henry Street on one side and tree and deer filled Phoenix Park on the other, you will really be stuck in the middle with Stoneybatter. Set in Dublin’s North side, a stone’s throw from the trendy Smithfield area, Stoneybatter was originally known as Bohernaglogh, or the Stoney road. Don’t be fooled by the Viking sounding street names, Stoneybatter is one of Dublin's most up-and-coming areas.
The area is very suited to family life with old red bricked terraced house full of space for the little ones. School wise you have plenty of options, with educate together in Grangegorman, St Gabriels National School, just off Oxmantown road, Stanhope Street Primary School and Brunswick St. Boys all nearby.
Access to the Luas ensures that that those working outside the City have access to major train stations, while the IFSC is one of the stops for the tram system. Walsh’s Bar, Wuff, L Mulligan Grocer and Mi Thai ensure you have plenty of choices when it comes to eating and drinking locally.
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