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“Something special”: Bru na Mara in Carna, Connemara, a collection of holiday homes, for sale for €800,000

Ireland has long been a top destination for American and British holidaymakers. But changes in currency rates coupled with a reluctance to travel have(...)

Cottage exterior, Co Kikenny. Photograph from theirishaesthete.com

Many of us have dreamed of happening on a beautiful bothan of a traditional cottage, buying it for a song and escaping the rat race to renovate it and(...)

Aviation financier Douglas Brennan plans to add a  180sq m extension to Beulah on Harbour Road  in Dalkey, as well as an outdoor swimming pool and  a tennis court.

Not even a year has passed since auctioneer Vincent Finnegan opened a swish new agency on Dun Laoghaire’s George’s Street Upper, but the estate agent (...)

For the address-conscious among you, Castlepark Road may be somewhat of a conundrum. One side is in highly prestigious Dalkey, while the other is in (...)

Homestead: Ivor Browne at Rathronan, in Co Wexford. Photograph: Alan Gilsenan

When William Ivory Browne was a boy he would take the train from Dublin to spend holidays with his aunts Kathleen and Maisie at Rathronan Castle, the (...)

An architectural drawing on display in the House and Home exhibition

As the debate over the housing crisis carries over into another year – conducted chiefly at the level of a political blame game – the Irish Architectu(...)

The new homes at Tivoli Place

Eleven years after property developer Robin Power envisaged the conversion of The Cottage Home, a former childrens’ orphanage on Dún Laoghaire’s Tivol(...)

A new boundary made from pre-rusted Corten steel panels will replace the late 19th-century stone wall at southern end of the two-acre site, with a relocated 10-tonne Stothert & Pitt 1950s crane rearing up above the new wall

Dublin Port, for long a nearly enclosed semi-industrial estate at the eastern end of Docklands, is planning to open up to the city with an imaginativ(...)

CGI of an urban baths project at Grand Canal Dock prepared by architects Urban Agency

Reclaiming riverfront and underused port areas for leisure (think Paris-Plages) is a growing trend as European cities and towns come to see harbour ba(...)

Emily Mark-FitzGerald,  who moved to Ireland from California in 2002 and works as a lecturer at the UCD school of art history and cultural policy, with her  sons

Leading a group of energetic Peruvians around south Dublin is hardly inconspicuous – particularly Peruvians who live in California and regard public (...)

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