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22 Crosbie House, Northbrook Avenue, Ranelagh, Dublin 6: the  one-bed flat on the third floor sold for 9.6% above its asking price of €260,000.

The five properties below all sold for around €285,000. They are in Ranelagh, Inchicore, Carrickmines and Ballybrack in Dublin, and Westport in Co May(...)

Minister for Transport Shane Ross: greeted large group of constituents from the Men’s Shed in Ballinteer in the visitors’ bar in Leinster House. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

“A rolling moan gathers no Ross.” It’s a well known proverb in the transport world. Roughly translated, it means that there is no point in bothering(...)

The Leys, a luxury house on 2.53 acres on Glenamuck Road, was purchased by UK-based Hollybrook New Homes for €3 million.

Two adjoining houses standing on about two acres on Glenamuck Road, Carrickmines, have been sold to Kildare-based developer Mozart Construction for €4(...)

The scene at the site of the fire that claimed 10 lives in Carrickmines in 2015.  Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

Gardaí have submitted a file to the Director of Public Prosecutions (DPP) concerning a fire in Carrickmines, Dublin 24 in which ten people and an unbo(...)

Marina Village Apartments

With autumn upon us one of the busiest property selling seasons of the year is about to kick off. The listing below indicates there’s plenty of activi(...)

James Osborne at a Ryanair agm in 2008. Photograph: Frank Miller

James Osborne, who has died at the age of 68, was a corporate consultant and solicitor with connections at the very top level of Irish business and a (...)

Jim and Josie Connors with their grandchildren in their new home off Glenamuck Road, Carrickmines:  Jim (3), Michael (2), Michael (8) and Tom (6).  Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

A Traveller family, who two years ago lost 10 loved ones in one of the worst fire disasters in the State’s history, hope that their new home will “be (...)

Carrickmines Green: many in the estate of about 180 homes between Foxrock and Kilternan learned only this week of the extent of the fire safety defects in their blocks

Details of fire safety defects recently discovered in a south Dublin apartment block have been outlined to apartment owners, many of whom had been una(...)

The Carrickmines Green estate, where a number of defects have been identified including inadequate fire stopping, badly fitted fire doors and damp

A Dublin local authority is at the centre of a row over fire safety at a south Dublin estate after agreeing to purchase a number of apartments for soc(...)

Carrickmines Green: About 180 homes have now been finished, mostly apartments in four- and five- storey blocks, with a number of three-storey terraced houses.

Carrickmines Green first hit the headlines in November 2005 when homes were offered for sale from just under the €300,000 mark to more than €740,000, (...)

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