Cairn Homes PLC are delighted to introduce
The View at Glenheron, Greystones

New Release Coming Autumn 2018

The joy of living by the sea

Exceptional family homes in
a desirable location

Located close to the village of Greystones, The View at Glenheron occupies an elevated site just off the Kilcoole Road, with view out towards the sea and over the surrounding countryside.

Thanks to the excellent transport links, The View at Glenheron offers the best of all worlds: proximity to the national road network, Dublin city centre and the commercial districts of South County Dublin, as well as to all the coastal and rural amenities that Co. Wicklow has to offer.

A Community for Modern Families

Imagine that you could create the perfect family-friendly village from scratch. A village with a true sense of community and heritage, yet at the same time utterly modern.

A village with its own excellent schools, including a Gaelscoil, an Educate Together national school and four other primary schools, as well as two secondary schools: Temple Carraig (under the patronage of Educated Together) and St. David's, with others easily reachable by DART. A village with all the sporting facilities one could wish for, from soccer, rugby and GAA, to tennis, sailing and every watersport imaginable.

You would probably start by choosing a picturesque location, somewhere on the coast with salty air, clear water and great walks to invigorate local residents (and their dogs) on a daily basis. You might encircle the village with a hinterland ideally suited to hill-walking and horse-riding, and you might throw in one or three fine golf courses (Charlesland, Greystones and Delgany), while you were at it. And once you had created this sure foundation, you would have to think of a name for this wonderful village, this piece of heaven on earth.

And you might call it Greystones.
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Easy commute to Dublin city
by bus, train or road along the N11

By Train

From Greystones to
Bray Station
9 mins
Dun Laoghaire Station
27 mins
Grand Canal Station
45 mins
Pearse Station
48 mins
Connolly Station
53 mins

By Car

Luas Brides Glen
21 mins
The Park, Carrickmines
25 mins
Dundrum Town Centre
30 mins
Ballsbridge
40 mins
St Stephen's Green
45 mins
Dublin Airport
50 mins

The Perfect Mix of Urban and Rural

One of the most attractive things about Greystones is the diversity of its one-off shops. As well as several supermarkets, there's a proper butcher and greengrocer, a health food store, a bookshop, a great wine shop, several boutiques and a host of coffee shops, pubs and restaurants.

In food terms, there's much more to Greystones than the Happy Pear, even though the village is very proud of its famous twins. You'll find a great range of different types of cuisine, and Sunil Ghai of Pickle in Camden St. recently chose Greystones as the location for this first takeaway, Tiffin. Throw in a summer market, a terrific library and a brand-new theatre, The Whale, plus gyms, studios for yoga and pilates, and a beach that's just perfect for leisurely shell-collecting, and you have all the elements for an idyllic lifestyle.

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