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Struggling to find somewhere affordable to rent in Dublin? Have you thought about houses to rent in Dublin 15?

Maybe you’ve been looking to rent a property in Dublin and were beginning to wonder if there’s anywhere affordable left in the city. Well the Dublin 15 postcode may be just what you’re looking for.

Dublin 15—that’s miles out, isn’t it?

Absolutely not. It’s only 11km from the centre of Dublin, and well connected. With Clonsilla train station on your doorstep, if you’re commuting into the city you’d be in the heart of Dublin in less than half an hour during peak times. And if you’re heading further afield, the airport is only a 20-minute drive away, and you’ve also got easy access to the N3.

Whether you go for Castleknock, Tyrrelstown, Blanchardstown or Clonsilla, Dublin 15 is a safe bet. In fact, many people choose to rent a house in Clonsilla when they fly the nest for the first time. It’s also a great option for families due to the abundance of green space and amenities.

You don’t have to travel out of the zone if you’re working, though. Some of the top IT companies in the world like IBM have bases in the area, and you’ll also find eBay and PayPal here. If you’re more interested in shopping than working (and who isn’t?) that’s not a problem either, with the Blanchardstown Centre right there. So you don’t have to go anywhere—if you’re looking for anything from a double room to a house for rent in Dublin 15, leave it to Spotahome.

What to do in Dublin 15?

This part of Dublin has a lot of green spaces to kick back and relax. Beech Park, Hazelbury Park, Hartstown Park and the Millennium Park are all close at hand, so if you need to escape the bricks and mortar for a bit, there’s plenty of choice. Looking for a bit of luxury? The 15th century splendor of Luttrellstown Castle may be your thing, then. Once owned by the Guinness family, it was good enough for the Beckhams to get married there too.

If the wallet won’t quite stretch to that, then the Shackleton Gardens are just five minutes away. The famous walled gardens are currently undergoing a major renovation and will represent one of the top tourist attractions in Ireland, not just Dublin, when that’s completed. If parks and gardens all sound a bit dull, and you’re into more vigorous pursuits, then the National Aquatic Centre, with its 50-metre pool, diving pool, aquapark and fitness centre, will certainly get the heart pounding. The NAC facility is also home to the Sport Ireland National Indoor Arena, the nation’s fully accessible and world-class multi-sport arena. Something here for absolutely everybody of a sporty disposition. Need to be more central?

No problem. Spotahome has property to rent in Dublin 7, on the way in to the city centre. Or there’s Dublin 4, on the waterfront just south of the centre of town, or if you want to be slap-bang in the middle, Temple Bar.