Action Station in Lusk for first-time buyers on a budget.

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Station Road, a new development set within the planned Lusk Village Quarter in the North County Dublin town, is aimed at first-time buyers on a budget who commute to Dublin city centre.

The village quarter was designed to encompass a supermarket, a public square, a playground, and a village green, with a variety of shops, cafes and other commercial units set around the open civic spaces. German discount chain Lidl is expected to be the anchor tenant at Lusk Village Quarter, which is still going through planning.

Station Road homes will be a 10-minute walk from the Rush and Lusk train station and a 10-minute drive from the beaches at Rush and Skerries.

For families, Station Road is close to local primary schools such as Lusk National School, Corduff National School, Hedgestown National School, and the Rush and Lusk Educate Together National School. Secondary schools in the vicinity include Lusk Community College, Loreto Secondary School in Balbriggan, Skerries Community College, and St Joseph’s Secondary School in Rush.

For commuters, a rail service normally leaves Rush and Lusk train station for Grand Canal Dock 20 times every weekday.

As well as public bus services, the Fingal Express coach serves the city centre, via the Port Tunnel. Lusk is also just a five-minute drive from Junction 4 of the M1 motorway, giving access to Dublin Airport and the M50 ring road. Dublin city centre is 23km away.