A remote suburb of Dublin, Stepaside lies on the R117 provincial street toward the south-east of the city, at the foot of Three Rock Mountain. The region is found simply off Junction 14 of the M50 motorway. Neighboring territories incorporate Sandyford, Kilternan, Ballyogan, Leopardstown, Carrickmines and Glencullen.
Stepaside town created in the eighteenth and mid nineteenth hundreds of years when the nearby medieval settlement of Kilgobbin was circumvent by another stretch of the Enniskerry Road, worked from what is currently Lamb’s Cross through to Kilternan. Stepaside turned into another arranging post along this course, while Kilgobbin Road with its instructing motel (now Oldtown House) was never again utilized by merchandise movement or stage mentors.
Stepaside is served by Dublin Bus highways 44, 47 and 118 The Luas Green Line has been stretched out to Cherrywood and the closest stops (Glencairn or The Gallops) are approx 2 kilometers from the focal point of Stepaside.
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