Stoneybatter

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10 Ivar Street, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7 Two bedroom terraced house close to the cafes and shops. Scandi style interior with approx 56 sq m of living sp(...)

Owning a home is a more elusive goal then ever for twentysomethings. Photograph: Getty

Every so often, my dad and I drive around Rathgar, Rathmines or Portobello in south Dublin. “I used to live there before I got married,” he often says(...)

The layout consists of a terrace of four gable-fronted houses and the pair of longer, thin houses on Kelly’s Avenue and six houses to the rear.

Given the current housing crisis in Dublin, with so many people living on the edge, few could be happier than the social housing tenants who recently (...)

Ireland’s emerging design talent, from left to right: Rae Moore (front), Declan Scullion, Joan McElligott, Christophe Antipas, Lucy Jones, Declan Crowley, Niamh Chambers, Noreile Breen, John Monahan, Nicola Ryan, Elizabeth Clyne, Thomas O Brien, Gráinne Dunne, Darragh Breathnach and Shane Birney. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill/The Irish Times

When it comes to young architectural talent Ireland is spoilt for choice. Whether it’s a bespoke farmhouse extension; alterations to a challenging his(...)

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When I bought my small house on Stoneybatter’s Oxmantown Road in Dublin 7 almost 20 years ago, I was pretty sure I’d missed the property boat and I wa(...)

Ilex House, Mespil Estate

30 Ilex House, Mespil Estate, Sussex Road, Dublin 4 One-bedroom flat on the third floor of this popular development close to the canal walk, pubs and(...)

 Bertie Ahern speaks to Parish Priest Fr Liam Ó Cuív at St Brigid’s Church in Killester.  The former taoiseach was among mourners at the funeral of former Secretary to the Department of Finance Sean Cromien. Photograph: The Irish Times

The former Secretary to the Department of Finance Sean Cromien was described at his funeral as a very “ordinary” man from a humble background who rose(...)

Gerry Scully who lives beside the  site where  Japanese knotweed is growing at O’Devaney Gardens  off the North Circular Road, Dublin. Photograph:  Tom Honan

Dublin City Council has declined to say how long it has been aware of the growth of Japanese knotweed on land it owns near the Phoenix Park or to outl(...)

Homeowners in Wales were awarded  compensation when their homes became unsaleabe because Network Rail failed to clear knotweed on their land.

Homeowners near the Phoenix Park should consider taking legal action to force Dublin City Council to deal with an “epidemic” which has seen one of the(...)

It doesn’t look like much but Japanese knotweed is a threat to homes

One of Europe’s most hated weeds has been spreading throughout a residential area of Dublin and is threatening to damage and devalue properties there.(...)

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