Long-term interest in Ireland: Luke Comer in the kitchen of the new Hersil Wood development in Knocklyon, Dublin 16. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Comer brothers bought thousands of acres at a discount. This week they launch their first new homes scheme

When Brian and Mary Pat O’Donnell sought bankruptcy in London in 2012 it was reported that Gorse Hill, above,  was valued at €30 million at the height of the boom, but the O’Donnells said in their statement of affairs it was now worth €6 million to €7million. File photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Home of 9,000 sq ft has outdoor pool and tennis court, with indoor gym and sauna

High Cross on Temple Road in Dartry is a stately Victorian redbrick set on nearly an acre of sunny, landscaped gardens. It will b(...)

Stylish mews on Church Lane originally designed for its architect owners extends to 2,750 sq ft over three storeys and is on the m(...)

Courtown Demesne set to enhance growing portfolio of lands around Dublin

Allsop’s new online auction will allow buyers to bid for properties via the internet where the winning bid will be binding. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times

Sale of 70 properties at online-only auction scheduled for March 18th over 24 hours

Galway bypass: the proposed new route  is expected to cost between €500 million and €750 million under public private partnership. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

Proposed route could result in the demolition of 30 and 130 homes

Through the clever use of glass, stone and natural materials, this stylish 1930s house still manages to feel homely. It’s on the (...)

Patrick’s Hill  in Cork: house price growth in the city has been gathering pace since the middle of last year. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Shortgage of properties to buy and absence of new homes building driving increases

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