The site at Long Acre slopes gently down towards the Baily Lighthouse on Howth Head  and is  in a special amenity area which means it can’t be used for development purposes

A house on three acres close to Howth summit has to be one of the best properties to come on the market in recent years in Dublin. Those who live u(...)

The building and the cost of operating it were a major element of the investigations of the Mahon Tribunal in 2008

It is an unassuming, detached redbrick on Lower Drumcondra Road in Dublin 9, but was once the most controversial property in Ireland. St Luke’s, the p(...)

Long-term interest in Ireland: Luke Comer in the kitchen of the new Hersil Wood development in Knocklyon, Dublin 16. Photograph: Cyril Byrne 5:02

Luke Comer is only half an hour late, which is good going by all accounts. The developer, who with his brother Brian, has built a £2.5 billion prop(...)

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

Gorse Hill sits on 1.25 acres of land on Vico Road in Killiney, one of the most expensive roads in Dublin on account of its striking sea views. Many o(...)

Dartry’s Temple Road is something of a haven in the busy suburbs. It’s home to some of the grandest and most sought after Victorian properties on g(...)

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Church Lane was never intended as one of the great Dublin 6 thoroughfares. Something of an afterthought in this gentrified part of south Dublin, it(...)

Galway developer Luke Comer has purchased Courtown Demesne, a classic Georgian mansion on 400 acres of prime development land in Kildare for a sum (...)

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

Property auction specialist Allsop Space will this week launch an online auction that will allow buyers bid for properties via the internet where the (...)

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

Galway residents have expressed serious concern at proposals to route a new bypass around the city that will result in the demolition of between 30(...)

Woodlands Park is an unexpected oasis of calm between the two heaving arteries of the N11 and the Rock Road that daily ferry suburban commuters to (...)