An enchanting new development of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes in St Marnock’s Bay

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Life is made magical at Dún Sí, an enchanting new development of two, three and four bedroom houses, duplexes and apartments in St Marnock’s Bay, Portmarnock, on Dublin’s spellbinding North County coast. Enjoy a fine lifestyle in this highly sought-after and picturesque location, nestled between the beautiful villages of Malahide and Howth. Great transport links and a wide range of excellent amenities for all ages in a stunning coastal setting makes Dún Sí an attractive option for families, first-time buyers and those looking for a spacious well-appointed new home with all the features that make modern life easy.

Features

Located adjacent to Portmarnock DART station

Zone controlled heating

High efficiency air to water heat pump system

BER A2 rated homes

Private rear garden with paved patio area and seeded lawn

10 years Global Homes Warranties cover provided

House Types

The Merlin

  • 3 Bedroom
  • Mid
  • 116 sq m
  • 1259 sq ft

The Curlew

  • 3 Bedroom
  • Detached
  • 122 sq m
  • 1320 sq ft

The Elder

  • 3 Bedroom
  • Mid
  • 116 sq m
  • 1259 sq ft

The Location

A location perfect for all ages

Great transport links and a wide range of excellent amenities for all ages in a stunning coastal setting makes Dún Sí an attractive option for families, first-time buyers and those looking for a spacious well-appointed new home with all the features that make modern life easy.

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An area bathed in mythology and legend

The Sí or the fairy folk were the mythical beings believed to have built the ‘fairy forts’ and ancient sites which can be found across Ireland. Our earliest records of Irish mythology were written down on monastic texts in the medieval period, but they are thought to have been shared by story tellers from as early as the Bronze Age. The passage of time and the retelling of these stories have created rich mythologies in which the burials, monuments and homesteads of the people of the past have been associated with the deeds of heroes, saints and fairies. This tradition has protected many of the monuments of the past from destruction over the years, for fear of upsetting the fairy folk.

The estuary at Portmarnock is believed to be the place known in Irish legend as Inber Cíchmaine. This is the place where the legendary Maine (the son of Queen Medb and King Ailill) was slain, and the estuary was named after him. The neighbouring townland of Maynestown is also thought to be associated with this hero. The mound at Dún Sí is said to have been the burial place of Maine. Stories such as this are often associated with burial monuments dating to prehistory, and the mound itself has the appearance of a Bronze Age burial site known as a barrow fairy folk.

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