Apartment 29, The Elms, Blackrock, Co Dublin

29 The Elms, Mount Merrion Avenue, Blackrock, Co Dublin Spacious one-bed raised ground floor apartment of about 48sq m with livingroom leading to a b(...)

Malahide marina, Malahide, Co Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

What’s so good about it? If you’re hankering after a life near the coast, Malahide is a seaside village with plenty on offer. In 2003, the CSO report(...)

On view this weekend: 90 Eugene Street, in Dublin 8, and 38 Carysfort Avenue, in Blackrock, Co Dublin

Two small but beautifully refurbished homes, one in the city and one in Blackrock, Co Dublin are among scores of homes on open view this weekend as th(...)

Whatever time of year you launch, preparation needs to start months in advance.

If your new year’s resolution is to move house, you’d better get cracking selling yours first. But to score a swift sale at the right price, when is t(...)

Lakeview, 18 Lakelands Park, Terenure, Dublin 6W.

Lakelands Park is a hidden gem off Templeogue Road in Terenure. It’s a quiet little cul-de-sac with just 30 period houses of different style(...)

6 Longwood Avenue Portobello Dublin 8

The new year – and decade – has astrologists in a flurry over the alignment of the planets. The rare arrangement of Jupiter, Saturn and Pluto, which o(...)

 Killiney beach. Photograph: Tom Honan

What’s so good about it? Killiney, the millionaire’s playground 9½ miles south of Dublin city centre, is often described as Ireland’s Amalfi coast fo(...)

Rossdohan Island,  in Kenmare Bay, Co Kerry. Photograph:   Don MacMonagle

Jacqui Safra, a member of the billionaire Swiss Lebanese banking family, who financed a string of Woody Allen movies in the 1990s, and owns the Parkna(...)

The centre of Blanchardstown village. Photograph: Crispin Rodwell/The Irish Times

What’s so good about it? Almost 50 years ago, Blanchardstown was a tiny village with a gently busy main street, surrounded mainly by greenery and for(...)

Main Street, Dundrum. Photograph: Tom Honan

What’s so good about it? At the turn of the century, Dundrum was another quiet, fairly nondescript south Dublin area, where “shopping centre” meant a(...)

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