Lansdowne Place | Locality Neighbourhood

A location like no other

Ballsbridge is considered by many as one of the capital’s most desirable village addresses

Perfectly situated in the heart of leafy Ballsbridge, Lansdowne Place enjoys an enviable location in one of Dublin’s most prestigious areas.

With a rich history dating all the way back to the 1600s, this charming village is full of quaint Victorian red brick buildings. It is now a cosmopolitan hub, which is home to many embassies and diplomatic residences.

An abundance of pubs, eateries and retail are within easy reach of Lansdowne Place. The premier shopping district of Grafton Street and St Stephen’s Green are also located just a short distance away.

Whether it’s taking leisurely strolls along Sandymount Strand, quick games of tennis in Herbert Park, sunny Saturdays playing cricket or attending a Leinster rugby game at the RDS, Lansdowne Place is surrounded by a wealth of local amenities. With the RDS, National Concert Hall and Bord Gáis Theatre only a short walk away, residents enjoy immediate access to some of Dublin’s finest amenities.

Convenient connections are provided by the Lansdowne Road DART station, found less than a minute away from Lansdowne Place.

25 restaurants, 14 cafés, 12 pubs, 9 hotels, 2 wine bars, 1 fishmonger, 2 butchers, 2 pâtisseries and 3 food markets are all within a 10 minute walk.

Couple enjoying breakfast outside 3fe local coffee shop a short walk from Lansdowne Place

A strong sense of community awaits

It has a strong sense of community, with a wide variety of local clubs, societies and opportunities for residents to get to know each other. You’ll soon feel right at home.

A village on the cusp of a renaissance…

Right now Ballsbridge is in the middle of an exciting rejuvenation programme. With a new hotel and a host of upmarket restaurants, bars, cafés and shops either on the way or already here, it’s set to become Dublin’s newest dining out destination. A new hotel and residential development next door will form a new village quarter for Ballsbridge. This is your chance to be part of its vibrant evolution.

The Bridge pub in Ballsbridge at night with Herbert Park Hotel in the background
The famous bandstand in Herbert Park, Ballsbridge

A proud sporting heritage

Ballsbridge enjoys a proud sporting heritage, with the Aviva Stadium, one of the world’s oldest rugby stadiums nearby. It’s home to many rugby and soccer clubs and a cricket club and you’ll also find tennis, croquet, bowling and bowls clubs in Herbert Park.

Close to nature

Beautiful tree-lined roads and the magnificent 32-acre Herbert Park on your doorstep mean you’re always close to nature, with many well-worn walking and running trails.

Local artist keeping an eye on her work for sale at the Sunday art market on Merrion Square
Original Park Railings by Richard Turner at Herbert Park with picturesque autumnal leaves

Rich in arts and culture

Originally known for its famous Horse Show, the local RDS now hosts a wide variety of cultural and entertainment events, including concerts, matches, fashion and craft fairs, art exhibitions, educational and lifestyle events.

On your doorstep

You’ll be spoiled for choice

This vibrant neighbourhood is a veritable treasure trove of luxury experiences. From fine wines to gourmet food and pampering to designer labels, you’ll find it all right here.

A foodie’s paradise

Accustomed to welcoming guests from all over the world, its award-winning bars and restaurants cater to a wide variety of tastes. From Italian and French to Thai and Chinese to mouthwatering steak and seafood, and from pub grub to fine dining, you’ll find something for everyone. You’ll also find a tempting selection of buzzing pubs and cafes to choose from.

<p><strong>Bord Gáis Energy Theatre</strong></p>

Bord Gáis Energy Theatre

<p><strong>Aviva Stadium</strong></p>

Aviva Stadium

<p><strong>The Bridge Bar</strong></p>

The Bridge Bar

<p><strong>The Old Spot</strong></p>

The Old Spot

<p><strong>The French Paradox</strong></p>

The French Paradox

<p><strong>Donnybrook Fair</strong></p>

Donnybrook Fair



<p><strong>Shelbourne Social</strong></p>

Shelbourne Social

<p><strong>Butlers Chocolate Cafe</strong></p>

Butlers Chocolate Cafe

Built from humble beginnings in the 1600s, the Ballsbridge area evolved from mud flats and marsh, where a number of roads met within the hamlet of Ballsbridge.

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Sherry Fitzgerald
PSRA No: 002183
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Development Manager
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