Just as Dalkey Avenue winds up towards Killiney Hill, Glen Almond sits to the right, so that its kitchen and rambling back garden have views across(...)

In Georgian times the size of the coach house reflected the size and importance of the grand pile it served. Brookfield House is a converted coach (...)

57 South Hill in Dartry is home to psychotherapist Mary Logue and solicitor Helen Kilroy. Logue, a former international hockey player, has a distin(...)

It’s hard to say what is most immediately striking about Aysgarth. There’s its size – a vast 400sq ft (4,300sq m), then the extensive lawns wrappin(...)

Two doors down from No 66, Ambers at No 64 Monkstown Road was built in the 1970s to complement the existing Victorian Terrace, which they have done(...)

When the owners of 4 Palmerston Gardens moved in nearly 40 years ago, the house was in fair condition but needed general updating and a peculiar sing(...)

Mount Pleasant Square in Ranelagh is a bit of an anomaly; it is the only curved “square” in the city of Dublin, and has just three sides, two of whic(...)

In December 2013 international camera crews and foreign news teams descended on Dublin to report on the bailout exit and, looking for signs that th(...)

Rathdown Villas is a quiet cul-de-sac off Rathdown Park in Terenure. The avenue consists of a number of Stringer-built family homes and the recent (...)

There’s no fear of noisy neighbours at Alba. The house, a former rectory, is just beside a Carmelite monastery, from which Convent Road derives its(...)