Terenure

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755 South Circular Road, Dublin 8

755 South Circular Road, Dublin 8 Period three-bedroom redbrick located at the Kilmainham end of the South Circular Road, with around 120 sq m of liv(...)

The Art Deco-era semis of Wasdale Park, a leafy throughway connecting Terenure and Rathgar villages, are substantially sized on big plots, designed fo(...)

Harold’s Cross has become a small, nicely textured oasis just a 15-minute walk from the city centre. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

What’s so good about it? Once upon a time, Harold’s Cross, for all its rich history, was the sleepy neighbourhood you went through to get to buzzy Ra(...)

Both the ground-floor unit and first-floor apartment at 81 Terenure Road North, Dublin 6W are let

Agent Cushman & Wakefield is seeking offers in excess of €775,000 for a mixed-use investment opportunity in Terenure village, Dublin 6W. No 81 Te(...)

8 Glencairn Grove, The Gallops, in Leopardstown, Dublin 18, sold for its guide price of €475,000

8 Glencairn Grove, The Gallops, Leopardstown, Dublin 18  Three-bedroom semi-detached house in a popular mature development. About 83sq m (893sq f(...)

Rhasidat Adeleke celebrates winning the 200m final in Baku. Photograph:  Inpho/Bryan Keane

Rhasidat Adeleke has this week won double gold in the 100m and 200m at the European Youth Olympic Festival in Baku, Azerbaijan. The 16-year-old is fr(...)

 Luke Brabazon from Phibsboro, Dublin relaxing on Dame Street. Photograph:  Nick Bradshaw/ The Irish Times

Dublin City Council’s grand vision of a car-free city centre left many underwhelmed. For the first time, the council closed College Green to traffic(...)

Swans are fiercely protective parents and they see a dog as a predator

Every year there are several reports of swans being killed by dogs - but it is virtually unheard of for a swan to kill a dog, according to Birdwatch I(...)

33 Haroldville Avenue, Rialto, Dublin 8 sold for 3 per cent above its asking price

33 Haroldville Avenue, Rialto, Dublin 8  Attractive three-bed redbrick terraced house of 86 sq m (926sq ft), in good decorative order and with a (...)

Dublin 6 was the most expensive place to buy a home, with an average price of €635,000, according to Daft.ie data. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Eleven homes worth €1 million or more are sold in the Republic every week, research by a property website company says. Daft.ie’s Wealth Report for t(...)

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