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Local Area

The vibrant community of East Wall is perfectly located on the doorstep of one of Dublin’s oldest inner-city neighbourhoods on the north side of Dublin city.  This neighbourhood is bordered by the North Strand, Fairview and the Dublin Port district. Traditionally an industrial area, East Wall has seen radical change with it’s proximity to the IFSC, East Point Business Park, The Point, NCI. It is also only a short stroll or cycle through Fairview village and on to Clontarf’s Seafront Promenade, which provide a host of amenities and services and an excellent lifestyle for all to enjoy.

This area is serviced by many local buses, the train, DART and the Luas.  Both the M1 and M50 are also within easy reach and the Port Tunnel provides very swift access to  Dublin Airport and across the city.


Quillsen Favourites

Coffee or brunch at Café 112 right in the heart of East Wall on Church Road or people watch from Insomnia.

For lunch you are spoilt for choice with many options given the proximity to the Point Plaza including The Point Kitchen as well as the likes of Eddie Rocket’s and Boojum nearby.

You can’t go wrong for dinner at Da Mimmo’s on North Strand, a family run Italian offering many delicious authentic dishes, tasty pastas and pizza options all served in a very quaint restaurant setting. Or for something a little different take to the water on the nearby MV Cill Airne. For a quiet night in it’s hard to beat Jani’s takeaway for fish & chips.

The area boasts an array of local shops and amenities centred around Church Road village with both Lidl and Aldi supermarkets at hand plus other smaller local outlets including the long established Cool Look Hair Salon, The City Barber, Fitzmaurice’s Pharmacy, Curtis family butchers, Mood Launderette and the East Wall Medical Centre.


Sports & Recreation

For the sports and fitness enthusiasts one there is a wide selection of gyms, sports and recreational clubs along with several lovely parks offering great outdoor space including several playgrounds. On the doorstep is the 3 Arena the Odeon cinema.


Childcare & Education

The primary school in the area is St Joseph’s Co-Ed plus there are a variety of post-primary schools located very close by as well as easy public transport links to others.


Property Market

East Wall boasts a wide style of homes from the original redbrick period style homes to more modern apartments. Prices also range hugely in the area and can be anywhere from €220,000 (smaller needing extensive work) to €600,000 for extended and modern renovated homes. The average house would be a 2 bed of approx. 70 sqm in fair condition asking around €340,000 - €370,000. As with other areas, homes in good condition are selling quickly and those requiring work taking a little longer but average time is 4 – 7 weeks.


We recently sale agreed a wonderful apartment at The Lighthouse as well as the charming 40 Fairfield Avenue for above their asking prices. We now have interested parties waiting to buy so if you're thinking of selling in East Wall just get in touch for a FREE property valuation

24 The Lighthouse - 2 bed apartment, 65 sqm 


40 Fairfield Avenue - 3 bedroom terraced, 100 sqm