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Naas Estate Agents

Neighbourhood Guide


Naas is a vibrant town located in County Kildare, known for its rich history, picturesque landscapes, and modern amenities. Just 35 kilometers southwest of Dublin, Naas has become a popular choice for those seeking a perfect blend of rural charm and urban convenience.

Naas is strategically situated at the heart of County Kildare, making it an ideal location for those who need easy access to Dublin while enjoying the tranquility of the Irish countryside.

Roads: Naas is well-connected by road, with the M7 motorway passing close by, providing quick access to Dublin and other major cities.
Public Transport: The town has a reliable bus service connecting it to neighboring towns and Dublin. The nearby Sallins train station offers additional commuting options.

Naas boasts several excellent schools, making it an attractive choice for families:
Primary Schools: St. Corban’s National School, Naas Community National School.
Secondary Schools: Naas Community College, Piper’s Hill College.

Sports Clubs:

Naas is home to some successful and renowned sporting clubs and facilities, such as Naas GAA club and Naas Rugby Club.

Leisure and Recreation:
Parks: Enjoy the outdoors at places like Naas Town Park, a green oasis with playgrounds and walking trails.
Golf: Golf enthusiasts can tee off at Naas Golf Club, offering a challenging course and stunning views.
Equestrian: Kildare is renowned for its horse culture, and Naas is no exception. There are equestrian centers and horse racing events for enthusiasts.

Shopping and Dining:
Town Center: Naas has a bustling town center with a mix of shops, boutiques, and cafes, providing a delightful shopping experience.
Restaurants: From traditional Irish pubs like McCormack’s to contemporary award-winning eateries such as Neighborhood, Naas offers a diverse culinary scene.

Hospitals: Naas General Hospital provides comprehensive healthcare services to residents.
Medical Practices: Numerous GP clinics and healthcare centers cater to the local population.

Community Events:
Festivals: Naas hosts various festivals and events throughout the year, such as the famous Naas Wild Food Festival, fostering a strong sense of community.
Local Markets: Experience the vibrant local culture by visiting the renowned Naas farmers’ markets and craft fairs.

Naas is known for its safe and welcoming community, making it an excellent choice for

Selling Your Naas Property

If you are thinking of selling a property in Naas that you own, talk to our Estate Agents who serves the Naas area.

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