Everything on your doorstep.
With its tree-lined avenues and beautiful Victorian red-brick estates, it's hard to believe that the bustling village of Ballsbridge is just a stone's throw from Dublin city centre.
A three-arch stone bridge built in 1791 over the River Dodder marks the entrance to the pretty suburb which hosts numerous embassies and diplomatic residencies, a leading conference and events arena and one of the oldest rugby grounds in the world, as well as award-winning cafes, bars and restaurants.
B part of an exciting future.
The area has seen a tremendous amount of development over the past number of years, bringing dynamic economic life and social vibrancy, with advanced plans at hand for the future. World-class businesses attracted to the area will be the engine for further investment, job creation and development.
B with Friends
Forgo the hustle and bustle of town in favour of the array of cosy cafes, traditional bars and award-winning restaurants in Ballsbridge village.
"Ballsbridge is gearing up to become one of Dublin's dining out destination neighbourhoods."
Irish Independent, April 2018
B Part of the Action
World Class concerts, rugby, football, conferences and exhibitions.
There's never a dull moment in Ballsbridge with events taking place in the Aviva Stadium, the RDS and local pubs and clubs throughout the year. Sporting fans are blessed with a packed schedule of equestrian, football and rugby fixtures while music lovers are spoiled for choice, with concerts, recitals and gigs across all genres. Educational and lifestyle events are popular too, with exhibitions and showcases a regular feature in the village.