Houses for Sale in Drumcondra

Are you trying to find the perfect house for sale in Drumcondra?  Let Perfect Property simplify the search. 

If you're new to the area or looking to make the move, find out everything you need to know about Drumcondra.

Where is Drumcondra?

Drumcondra is a town located 2.6km on the North side of Dublin’s city centre. It is about a 9-minute car ride via the N1 and R802 Motorways, as well as via the M1 and M50. Irish Rail and numerous Dublin Bus routes primarily service Drumcondra.

It is a leafy area that is situated between the River Tolka and the Royal Canal. The population is around 8,700.

What Property Types Are Popular in Drumcondra?

Drumcondra is a historical town with old-world charm, quaint dwellings, and modern facilities.

What makes the town so desirable is its location to both the urban Dublin centre and the rural parklands of the River Tolka. Residents enjoy the best of both worlds while living in Drumcondra.

Residences are treated to dynamic views of vast woodlands, lush greenery, blossoming gardens, mature terraces, beautiful trees and landscaping, and the lovely city centre.

Many homes are in walking distance to the bustling village centre. Drumcondra maintains its notable architecture, and one can expect to find homes styled in Victorian, old-world period, Georgian, Eighteenth Century, modern, contemporary, cottage, country, and Edwardian.

New construction and refurbished dwellings are treated to modern amenities, tasteful décor, spacious living areas, and sustainable energy efficiency.

 

What is on Offer Locally?

Drumcondra’s City Centre offers excellent retail shopping, leisure and recreational centers.

The town also has a delightful number of delicious restaurants, cafes, and pubs; including Kennedys Pub, which is one of the oldest in town.

The area in green and offers many opportunities for walking, cycling, or picnicking. There are a number of parks, including Croke Park, Europe’s third largest stadium.

Drumcondra is also historical and offers sights of Belvedere house, Drumcondra Castle, Drumcondra house, GAA Museum, and the Glasnevin Cemetery Museum. The town is also host to several GAA and soccer clubs.

Local Schools & Education:

Drumcondra is home to many well-respected academic institutions. The town has 4 primary schools, 3 secondary schools, and 3 third level establishments.

Drumcondra has an honourable academic record, and school awards include the Literacy Award, academic excellence, PDST Wellread National Award, and Digital Media Awards.

Finding Your Perfect Property:

You can filter Drumcondra properties by price, bedroom size, square footage and more.

There is also the option to filter by a property must-have, such as a back garden if you are seeking a house to buy in Drumcondra you can enjoy outdoor space, or even a home with high potential or a fireplace.  

You can also check apartments for sale in Drumcondra if you are looking for something a little smaller. Don't let the perfect apartment, townhouse or house for sale in Drumcondra get away.

Looking to rent in Drumcondra? Search houses for rent in Drumcondra and filter by home types, price and size.

Interested in Surrounding Areas?

If you're looking to find out about surrounding areas you can view all neighbourhoods using our Area Guide

Neighbouring areas include: