Henry Wiltshire’s estate agents in Terenure has been taking a closer look at the local area. With a history of beautiful property, acclaimed educational establishments and a real sense of community, it needs no introductions. Add to that fantastic amenities alongside quality transport links with easy commutes and it’s a clear winner all round.

A Superb Location in Dublin 6W

Terenure lies within the district of Dublin 6W, which also includes Templeogue and Kimmage. It has always been a desirable location to reside due to its easy access to Dublin City Centre. This green and leafy neighbourhood offers exceptional suburban living that is within a mere 4 km commute to the city. It has a number of well serviced bus routes alongside cycle tracks directly into the heart of Dublin. With very easy access to the M50 alongside all other major routes it is an area well worth considering.

This green and leafy neighbourhood offers exceptional suburban living a mere 4 km commute to the city

Village Life

The warm and welcoming village of Terenure has so much to offer the prospective buyer or tenant with all the leisure facilities which Bushy Park has to offer. Not least among those is the Bushy Park Saturday Market which draws interest from near and far.

After strolling through the market why not head for brunch. This bustling village has seen in recent years an array of new businesses, cafés and restaurants opening with great success. Breakfast at Mayfield or Brambles is a real treat for all the family and there are plenty of cafés to choose from. Or if it is evening dining you are looking for you could try one of the numerous great eateries available. There are too many to mention but suffice to say there is plenty of choice in this thriving town.

Local History

The area is immersed in history and culture with Terenure Castle (now Terenure College) dating as far back as 1590.  There has been a history of grande houses in the area, Terenure House, Templeogue House and Fortfield Lodge to name a few. Terenure House was acquired by Robert Shaw in 1791 and with it some adjoining parklands. These are the well known and loved Bushy Parklands. His nephew George Bernard Shaw visited him here and for many years the woods in Bushy Park were known as Shaw’s woods.

Terenure has always been a coveted part of Dublin in which to reside. Residents find themselves in a location offering a diverse choice of social activities. Whether it be dining, sports and recreational facilities, together with a wealth of amenities.

Interested in buying or renting in Terenure?

If you think that Dublin 6W is the place for you to rent or buy give our team in Henry Wiltshire Terenure a call. We would love to hear from you and are there to help you in your search for that perfect home.

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