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If you’re looking for a place to rent in Dublin 12, then you’re searching in a great locality. Flats and 1-bed apartments particularly are in great demand in the area, and Spotahome can find you something spot on.
So what area is Dublin 12? Just south-west of the city centre, and only 6km from it, it’s hugely popular. Apartments to rent in Dublin 12 are in high demand because over half the population of this area are under 34 years old, but many of the properties in the area are houses. Covering the neighbourhoods of Bluebell, with its canals, densely populated Crumlin, Drimnagh, Greenhills, the so-called ‘Secret Suburb’ of Perrystown and Walkinstown, there is a lot of variety here.
Its location and popularity mean it’s not the cheapest part of the city, but with the Red Line of the Luas, Dublin’s cool trams, running through the area and getting you into the city rapidly, as well as loads of local bus routes criss-crossing the zone, its appeal is obvious. Lots of young professionals live in this area and work in the middle of town, so Dublin 12 may be just the place if that sounds a bit like you.
If it sounds like the right area for you, flats to rent in Dublin 12 are available. You just have to go to the right people. Read on.
Probably the most famous landmark in the area is the 12th-Century Drimnagh Castle, the only castle in Ireland which still has its moat around it. It’s open to the public, you can get married or throw a party there, or even learn how to build a dry-stone wall, if that’s more your thing!
The most startling thing about Dublin 12, though, is the amazing number of writers, artists, poets, musicians and sportspeople who hail from the area. Christy Brown, immortalised in My Left Foot, came from here. Gabriel Byrne, Martin Duffy, Paul McGrath, Conor McGregor, and possibly most famously, Phil Lynott, all called the area home, among a host of others.
Maybe some of this will rub off on you if you find somewhere to rent here. If you need to be right next to the tram into town, then Drimnagh or Bluebell are the places to look, but otherwise Dublin 12 has an extremely wide variety of property types. So if you’re looking for looking for a house to rent or an apartment to rent in Dublin 12, the problem isn’t a lack of choice, it’s demand. That’s where Spotahome comes in.We have Dublin 12 rooms to rent
So, close to the city centre, a huge variety of property types, a hotbed of creativity but in very high demand. Need a bit of help finding somewhere to rent here? You’ve come to the right place in Spotahome. Smart call.