The city centre can be accessed by the M3 motorway in under half an hour by car as well as being serviced by Hansfield Railway station and Dublin Bus, making it the ideal commuter location. Clonee itself has experienced a strong economic surge in recent years, and is home to Facebook’s newest data centre. Shire have recently commenced a project in Dunboyne which will bring 400 pharmaceutical jobs to the area.
Residents are well and truly spoilt for choice in relation to amenities the area has to offer. For leisure enthusiasts, Castleknock Golf Club, Luttrellstown Castle Golf and Country Club and the acclaimed Dunboyne Castle Hotel and Spa are all found in the near vicinity.
Shopping desires are more than filled by facilities such as Blanchardstown Shopping Centre, not to mention the endless facilities found in the city centre. Bars, restaurants and cafes are all in abundance in the area and Dunboyne is home to Irelands largest Avoca, just recently opened. The store expands to c.35,000 sq.ft. and brings a fresh sense of vibrancy to the area.
Education is sufficiently catered for, with a wide range of both primary and secondary education facilities on offer in the area. The illustrious Castleknock College is found just a short commute away. Mount Sackville secondary school can also be found minutes away from Holsteiner Park, neighbouring the Phoenix Park, one of the largest recreational parks to be found in any European capital.
In terms of third level education, Maynooth University can be accessed with ease. Meanwhile, the city provides endless opportunities for third level education and is home to some of Irelands most distinguished educational establishments, including Trinity College and University College Dublin.
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