15 Marino Crescent, Fairview Dublin 3

Bram Stoker was born here on November 8th, 1847. He was born a sickly child and was bed ridden until he started school. But, after this he was of good health until his death by syphilllis in 1912.

He lived in this home in Dublin until he left for college. The Irish Times shows a detailed tour of the home often at times recanting stories of the Stoker family.

Stoker who became famous for his writing of the wonderful vampire stories, Dracula was also theater critic for the Dublin Evening Mail where he met many famous friends such as Josph Sheridan Le Fanu and Henry Irving. He was also friends with Sir Author Conan Doyle and Oscar Wilde.

Fairview Dublin

Fairview (Irish: Fionnradharc) is a coastal suburb of Dublin in Ireland, in the jurisdiction of Dublin City Council. Part of the area forms Fairview Park on land reclaimed from the sea.

Fairview is reached on a main road artery from Dublin city via North Strand, which continues on as the Malahide, Howth and Clontarf Roads. It is served by the Clontarf Road DART station.

The area can also be reached by way of several Dublin Bus routes from the city centre, including 14, 15, 27/ABNX, 29A/N, 31/B, 32/ABX, 42/N, 43, 123, and 130.

Neighbouring districts include Marino to the north, North Strand and Ballybough to the west, East Wall to the southwest, and Clontarf to the east.