Shrewsbury Road: remarkable turnover of homes on the Dublin 4 road.

The recent sale of Paddy Kelly’s Shrewsbury Road home, Clonmore, marks the last of the property developers to depart Ireland’s top address. Since the (...)

Clonmore, on Shrewsbury Road in Dublin: reported selling price a lacklustre outcome for top site on exclusive street

The developer Paddy Kelly says his Shrewsbury Road home, Clonmore, is sale agreed for €8.1 million just a month after being put on the market by its r(...)

Inishcorrig, on Dalkey’s Coliemore Road, sold for just below €8 million

Top sellers: Dublin  1. Gorse Hill, Vico Road, Killiney, Co Dublin €9.5 million, Sherry FitzGerald and Knight Frank        (...)

Ouragh at 20A Shrewsbury Road is a modern six bed that went on the market through receivers in 2015 seeking €7million

Aviation mogul Dómhnal Slattery has emerged as the buyer of the former Shrewsbury Road home of Sean Dunne and Gayle Killilea for €5.6 million. Slatter(...)

Fintragh, 11 Shrewsbury Road: an eight-bedroom property with a pool and tennis court is on the market for €10.5 million

Jump to the latest house for sale: Fintragh, 11 Shrewsbury Road ______________ For one small road of just 30 houses, Shrewsbury Road in the h(...)

Sean Dunne and his wife Gayle Killilea in Ouragh’s vast first-floor drawingroom during a photoshoot for the New York Times in 2008.  ©Photograph: Derek Speirs

In 2002, when bankrupt developer Sean Dunne built his 8,700sq ft home on Dublin’s exclusive Shrewsbury Road, he was well on his way to earning the tit(...)

The four-storey home was designed in keeping with its stately detached Victorian neighbours

The former Dublin 4 home of bankrupt developer Sean Dunne and his millionaire wife Gayle Killilea has been placed on the market for €7million.Ouragh i(...)

There have been a swathe of new planning applications on Shrewsbury Road of late. photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Renewed confidence in Dublin’s property market is reflected in price hikes, but perhaps less obvious is the surge in refurbishment investment in exist(...)

UK campaigners say retailers who stock magazines with near-naked images on their covers could face legal action.  Photograph: Dave Thompson/PA

Lighten up, ladies. That’s been the default reaction to any claim of misogyny since the suffragettes first chained themselves to the railings of Downi(...)