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Kinsealy () is an outer suburb of Dublin, Ireland, about 7km from the city centre, in the administration of Fingal County Council, within County Dublin.

In recent years, development has begun, with a housing estate called Drynam Hall, and major developments to come.


On the Northside of the city, in the former green belt between the suburbs of Balgriffin, Portmarnock and Malahide, Kinsealy is situated around the Malahide Road, and is served by Dublin Bus. It has a Roman Catholic church, by a secondary road to Portmarnock.


In addition to the few businesses in Balgriffin, Kinsealy has a pet shop, garden centre and greengrocer, and a research station of Teagasc. In the Drynam housing estate are a beauty salon, Chinese take-away and pharmacist.

Points of note

The area was home for many years to Charles Haughey, a leading but controversial Irish politician who more than once held office as Taoiseach (Prime Minister). He lived at Abbeville, a Georgian "big house", set in grounds opposite the church, and whose lands are now planned for development.

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