Brian S Nolan

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A detail of Helen Dillon’s garden at 45 Sandford Terrace, Ranelagh, Dublin 6. Photograph: Richard Johnston

Number 45, Sandford Terrace, Ranelagh. For so many people, that Dublin address represents a sort of horticultural rite of passage, a place of pilgrim(...)

Having sold the first 30 houses in the Cosgrove-built Roseland development at Cualanor, Dún Laoghaire last May, agents Hooke & MacDonald are today(...)

Thormanby Hill is a 17-acre site by Cosgrave Group that launched in May of last year. For a developer best known for its three- and four-bedroom home(...)

Designs by Arts and Crafts maestro William Morris are once again available

Arts & Crafts beauty from the Morris archives Earlier this year Morris & Co launched Archive 3, a series of prints adapted from establi(...)

Brian P Nolan (centre), managing director of Brian S Nolan interiors store in Dún Laoghaire, Dublin with founder Brian S Nolan and Rosaleen Nolan. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

‘We are now in a grey phase with punches of colour. We have gone through cream, magnolia and brown,” says Brian P Nolan, managing director of Brian(...)

Ten years after a 17-acre site close to Howth summit was purchased by Cosgraves for €17 million, the first houses in a scheme of 30 luxury homes off T(...)

A month ago, 805 business owners in Dún Laoghaire were balloted on whether or not the town should become a Business Improvement District. The Yes vote won and now councillors must decide whether the proposal proceeds. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

More people than usual will be watching tonight’s meeting of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council. Some say the outcome of one vote will be a (...)

Phase three of Castlepark Residence in Dalkey goes on sale today comprising 11 one, two and three-bedroom apartments with prices starting from €310(...)