In 1939 John O’Connell was listed in The Irish Times as the developer of Lavarna Grove, where three- and four-bedroom homes could be bought for £850 (...)

Of the 15 Georgian mansions in the Roebuck area, only two are still used as private houses and Roebuck Hill is one of them. (...)

This charming Georgian house was built circa 1770 as a smaller version of the grand Palladian mansion Newberry Hall, located next door. The house h(...)

For house hunters with a penchant for golf, Auburn Lodge is ideally situated beside the entrance to Foxrock Golf Club, on the (...)

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

A smart place to head when furnishing a house can be the auction room, where good quality handmade furniture that was built to last can be sour(...)

This early Victorian residence on the popular Bushy Park Road in Terenure and the current owners, having raised their family here for the past 19 y(...)

This charming Victorian property is set back from Park Avenue in Sandymount. From the front it looks like a quaint cottage but behind the deceptive(...)

This is the first time The Rectory, a seven-bedroom period house in Kells, Co Meath, has come to the market. It was built in around 1906 on lands g(...)

This avant-garde property on Monkstown Road is actually two mews buildings opened up into one large and surprisingly roomy home. The first coac(...)