“People say ‘Tardis’ a lot when they walk in here,” says the owner of 21 Corrig Park, which – from the front at least – looks like a typical 1920s (...)

  If you’re looking for a large home in Blackrock, finding a detached one on a quiet road and yet within walking distance of schools, shop(...)

One of the nicest things about period homes can also be the hardest to live with: those formal rooms to the front of the house, off each side of th(...)

Built in the early 1860s, for wealthy Dubliners to enjoy holiday homes at the seaside, Dun Laoghaire’s Royal Terraces now form an elegant square, b(...)

Whether you’re proposing a toast to your love for the day that’s in it, making a proposal or just toasting to general happiness and good fortune, I(...)

The phrase “deceptively spacious” can cause all sorts of alarm bells to sound, implying small spaces and pokey rooms that you could just about mana(...)

  Sydney Lodge is that rare and paradoxical thing: a country house in the city. It is on Booterstown Avenue, which is handy for schools, s(...)

Have you ever looked at something particularly tacky, impossibly wrong or just weird and thought “someone actually designed that”? Good design make(...)

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There’s a delicious sense of tradition at Christmas on the Square, when many of the grand Georgian Houses on Dublin’s Merrion Square open up to the(...)