The Tenters is an area off Dublin’s South Circular Road, which takes its name from the fields of tents where weavers in the 18th century would dry (...)

In just four months, 60 Serpentine Avenue has been sold, remodelled, refurbished and put back on the market with a 34 per cent price increase. (...)

When it launched in 2005, the Daintree Building was heralded as a new way to live – its use of sustainable materials showed a fresh approach to ene(...)

Belmont Avenue is a secret little cul-de-sac off Belmont Road that runs parallel to the main drag of shops that includes Marion Gale and Tesco Expres(...)

During the late 1800s and early 1900s there was a building boom in Terenure, Stringer built many family homes and the area became a very desirable ad(...)

The imprint of the owners of 23 Camden Row, a husband and wife who work, respectively, in fashion and interior design, is all over their early Vict(...)

For anyone in search of a pied-à-terre in Ballsbridge, this quirky house, (...)

Eglinton Terrace is a narrow road that follows the line of the perimeter fence at Bective Rangers rugby club and loops past Herbert Park and back up t(...)

Demand for houses in Dublin 8 is on the rise: 22 Curzon Street, a three-bedroom redbrick Victorian villa-style house went sale agreed after just two w(...)

Number 22 Curzon Street is a villa-style Victorian redbrick which was modernised in 2010. A set of granite steps takes you into the soli(...)