Why Live in Dublin 8?

Why Live in Dublin 8?

A lot of new trendy coffee shops, pubs and eateries have opened up around the Dublin 8 area (one of our favourites is Noshington!) catering for the new wave of buyers migrating from Rathmines, Ranelagh, Harolds Cross and Terenure.

There are numerous colleges within this postcode making it a young demographic for city slickers. The neighborhood statistics show that 36% of households in Dublin 8 comprise of one person, 23% are house shares and 18% couples. The average age group is 16 – 35 years old*. *CSO Statistics

If you’re thinking of moving to the area there are some great amenities and attractions nearby. The most famous sites in Dublin 8 are the Guinness Brewery and Gravity Bar at St. James’s Gate, Christchurch Cathedral, Kilmainham Gaol, the Grand Canal, Royal Hospital Kilmainham and Vicar Street, which is host to many comedy acts and gigs.

We are currently in a very buoyant market with 4 out of every 5 homes coming on the market with us selling within 4 weeks. We believe we are set to enjoy a good market for the short to medium term and there is plenty of property for investors to choose from.

If you are in the market to sell or rent  your property, please get in touch. We love this area as much as your next purchaser and tenant does and this makes all the difference.

info@hopkinsward.ie www.hopkinsward.ie

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