An Amenity Rich Setting

Stunning at a glance, Glinbury enjoys a magnificent natural setting benefitting from centuries of decorative planting selected to enhance the already significant natural beauty of the Glin Valley. While the gardens reflect the victorian tradition of collecting plant species from across the world the design is more in keeping with contemporary concepts of supporting nature rather than manicuring it. The result is an inimitable verdant garden setting benefitting from centuries of thoughtful design and planting. Take a stroll, let the sounds of flowing water and nature transport you to a world apart, a world of tranquil beauty, it’s all just outside your door and on display from every window is a view of the natural beauty of Glinbury .

From Glinbury you can walk to the cafes and leisure amenities of Marlay Park, passing the local convenience store on the way, while there are restaurants, shops, boutiques and salons at Rathfarnham Village and both Nutgrove Shopping Centre and Dundrum Town Centre are Near by. There are splendid local schools including; primary school at Whitechurch National School just minutes from Glinbury, and St Columba’s College, one of Ireland’s most exclusive secondary schools a few minutes away, while there are many excellent secondary schools locally including Loreto High School Beaufort for girls and Coláiste Éanna for boys. Glinbury enjoys a superb location and an unequalled sense of place in the Glin Valley next the The Grange Golf Club where it enjoys a private location with easy access to the M50 and the city centre.

A Playground for All Ages

Taking Whitechurch Road south from Glinbury and left onto College Road, the Glinbury resident can access the rear of Marlay Park that opens to the world of amenities within. Here walks and cycle paths link to the front gates and onward via the Slang River Greenway to The Dundrum Centre, creating an excellent circuit for walking or cycling. Here too is the start / end point for The Wicklow Way, Dublin’s favorite hiking route that stretches for 127 km deep into the Wicklow Mountains where exceptional scenery awaits in the “Garden County”. The Three Rock Hotel is also located near by and is well known for its excellent traditional fare.

Turning right out of Glinbury on to Whitechurch Road is Whitechurch National School, an idyllic school with excellent facilities, go a little further and an underpass at the M50 leads to one of Ireland’s most reputable co-ed private schools at St Columba’s College which was founded in 1843 and welcomes all faiths. Progressing a little further up Kilmashogue Lane are forest walks and ancient passage tomb, while turn onto Kellystown Road for Kellystown Equestrian Centre and Ticknock Mountain Biking Trails, it’s a veritable playground for all ages.