Ardilea was developed in the late 1960s and early 1970s and was at the time one of the finer addresses in Dublin 14. Today, these houses, many of w(...)
“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 (...)
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(...)
The current owners of number 5 Cherrywood Road are in need of a larger house as their six children, ranging in age from eight to 17, are growing up(...)
It’s amazing what lies behind the façades of some houses. Perhaps the contemporary cool of the front door of 30 Carysfort Road is a hint, but the p(...)
There are a couple of well worn rugby balls lurking behind mature plants in the secluded gardens of Ardvarna on Stillorgan Park Avenue.
And it (...)
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