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Best residential area in Dublin in terms of primary school n Indian community

Post by Sgg » Wed Mar 06, 2019 9:41 am

Hi
We will be moving to Dublin in a few months, am looking for some help as to in which area to take an accommodation, my husband's office will be in Dublin 2, I want to rent a house where there are good primary public schools preferably walkable as I don't drive n where there is more Indian community coz it gets very lonely in a new city where u don't have any friends n family so am looking forward to your help. Thanks

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Re: Best residential area in Dublin in terms of primary school n Indian community

Post by Mitali » Thu Mar 14, 2019 7:20 am

Hi,

Even I would be moving to Ireland within next 2 months and my office also in Dublin2. I am looking for rent and primary public schools as my kid has to getstart over there in primary. Also I heard that there is exemption from learning Irish if you are outside of Ireland but not confirm though.

Please let me know how can we book appointment from India for house rent and where to start off as I am also new to this.

Your help will be appreciated.

Kind Regards

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Re: Best residential area in Dublin in terms of primary school n Indian community

Post by VenkatRN » Thu Mar 14, 2019 10:00 am

Hi Everyone,

We along with my wife and kid (age 9 yrs ) moving to Dublin, Ireland near Hatch Street Upper (Dublin 2).

Need your suggestions in concluding my residence:

1) What are the probable areas that we can find indian communities to stay (As I heard, there are few areas where we find indian familes staying around)

2) Should I go for 2 BHK or 1 BHK . Are there any rules to choose a home for 3 member family.

3) What could be the approximate Rent in this areas.

Last but not the least, we are planning to move between April second half to May first half. Kindly let me know if you have any known accomadations available.

Best Regards
Venkat
PS:Posted same in Rental Board. I found this thread has similar requests which a single response for any query will help us all

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Post by VenkatRN » Tue Mar 26, 2019 12:53 pm

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Re: Best residential area in Dublin in terms of primary school n Indian community

Post by rbk » Thu Mar 28, 2019 5:34 am

Do you know any good area in other counties or other parts of dublin which have considerable Indian population

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Re: Best residential area in Dublin in terms of primary school n Indian community

Post by h_dhan » Thu Apr 04, 2019 12:13 pm

Dublin2 is an expensive place to live as it has some major embassies and corporate offices. So house rents are on higher side.

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Re: Best residential area in Dublin in terms of primary school n Indian community

Post by stealthIndian » Fri Apr 05, 2019 9:33 am

All... Expats whose office location is in dublin 2, generally rent apartments in Rathmines/Ranelagh/Rathghar (Dublin 6 ) which is walk-able distance (within 1-3 Kms) from Dublin 2. There are good schools around and plenty of Indians live nearby (generally tenants). Rent for 1 Bed apartments ranges from 1500+ and 2 Bed from 1800+ since the location is premium and in much demand. Renting in Dublin 2 is very expensive and 1 bed starts from around 2000+ (having said that Rathmines/Ranelagh/Rathgha/Ballsbridge are better and in-demand areas than in Dublin2.
There are no strict rules (from government) for renting apartments based on family size, but, its the landlords who might oppose 1 Bed for a family with kid/s. There are many who have rented 1 bed wit a family size of 3. hope this helps.

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Re: Best residential area in Dublin in terms of primary school n Indian community

Post by rahman » Fri Apr 05, 2019 3:17 pm

Hansfield in D15 - lot of Andhra people live there. Also good schools. I love there and feels like I am in India. Best Luck

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Re: Best residential area in Dublin in terms of primary school n Indian community

Post by rajith1978 » Thu Jul 11, 2019 10:56 am

Dear All,
Similar situation like many others - moving to Dublin end of August with 1 kid of 4 years old.
Will be working in "capital docks" at Grand Canal Docks area.
Only 2 requirements, kindly help
- Indian population area with Indian restaurants and grocery store at walking distance. Happy to spend bit more if area is good.
- Prefer walking distance to Public transport like bus, tram, subway to reach office....looking to commute less than 30-45 mins. door to door

Please suggest

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