Houses for Sale in Skerries

Skerries is a popular area to live, where its historic character has been embraced and has the added bonus of a seaside location.  The long sandy beach is the perfect spot for evening strolls or a summer swim.  

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The average sold price for 2018 in Skerries: €375,000

There are a range of properties for all budgets in Skerries, whether you're looking for a completely detached house, semi-detached, terraced house or bungalow.

If you're researching Skerries as a potential place to buy then we have you covered with our extensive local area guide:

Where is Skerries?

Skerries is a picturesque North Dublin coastal area that offers superb views of Dublin Bay and its small islands.

Skerries is rapidly rising in popularity as a choice for buyers, due to its abundance of amenities and its strong sense of community. Skerries was named Ireland’s Tidiest Town for 2016.

Skerries is located 32 km from Dublin City Centre and it can be reached in about 45 minutes by car. The town is served by a regular train to the city via Irish Rail, which takes about 30 mins. Dublin Bus provides another means of transport.

Popular Property Types:

Skerries homes provide the ultimate views of both the picturesque sea and the lush countryside.

Living in Skerries is a dream; homes are architecturally charming, featuring styles of Victorian, Art Deco, Gothic, modern, contemporary, cottage, historical, and country.

Skerries is rich in new builds and refurbished old-world homes. Houses are equipped with modern amenities, spacious living quarters, and energy efficiency.

What Is On Offer Locally?

There’s a number of exquisite outdoor and recreational spaces for children and adults alike, not to mention its close proximity to the beach and harbour.

The town itself is home to a number of local businesses in retail, food and hospitality sectors. Skerries is rich in historic architecture and landmarks. Most notable are: Skerries Monument, Carnegie Library, St. Patrick’s Church, Skerries Town Park, Skerries Mills, Ardgillan Castle, and Baldongan Castle.

Skerries is flush with activities: TT Road Races, sea tours, kite surfing, sea kayaking, and scenic walking routes. There are also a number of clubs such as the Gaelic Athletic Association, Skerries Rugby Football Club, Skerries Town Football Club, Skerries Sailing Club, and Skerries Hockey Club.

There is a vibrant restaurant, café, and bar scene offering catch-of-the-day specials, as well as eclectic festivals that provide endless entertainment.

Local Gem: Rockabill Restaurant in the heart of Skerries, offers a casual dining experience with seafood dishes that shine and an impressive, international wine list.  With a focus on sourcing fresh and local produce every day, this is the perfect place for any occasion, from lunch with friends to family dinner and even parties and wedding receptions.  Rockabill Restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch and dinner making it a must-visit in Skerries.    

Must Do Activities:

Red Island: The perfect place to stretch your legs and feel as if you are in a seaside paradise of your own.  Check out one of the village eateries while you’re there!

Skerries Sea Tours: This family run business allows you to explore the stunning Dublin coastline.  There are two trips daily across to Rockabill Lighthouse and Lambay Island.  What a great way to see the city, an ideal weekend day trip.

Ardgillan Castle: Explore this 18th century historic site where you can stroll through the manicured gardens, take in the finest period furnishing and antiques and even enjoy a tasty bite from the café.  The best part is the background, right at the edge of the Irish Sea with some of the best coastal views in Dublin. 

Skerries Mills: Perfect for a family day out, this restored mill provides an authentic insight into windmills and bakeries of the 1800’s.  A great way to take a trip back in time and show the little ones what life was like long before technology!

Local Schools & Education:

There are a number of local primary schools and one secondary school. Schools are rich in academics, sports, book competitions, and parent involvement.

Finding Your Perfect Property:

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