Owen Reilly

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It you like light, space and living the high life then number 79 Block B, Smithfield Market, in Dublin 7 could be for you. The triplex penthouse, whi(...)

304 Mother Theresa House, a penthouse apartment in Rathfarnham, features floor-to-ceiling windows in the  livingroom

Vendors Brian and Cathy can but hope that the sale of their spacious, light-filled Rathfarnham apartment is less tortured than its acquisition. After (...)

10a Kingscourt, Aughrim Street, Stoneybatter, Dublin 7

When Cathal Comerford, a software engineer, ran into Niall Callan, a teacher, at PantiBar on Dublin’s Capel Street, Cupid’s arrow struck, and now the (...)

High Island is home to a monastic settlement and an intact stone beehive hut.

THE BEEHIVE HUT Long before cities, towns and villages there were monastic settlements with dwellings built from slivers of stone assembled in a way(...)

Kennedy Wilson’s Capital Docks scheme. Renters can expect to pay €3,300 for a two-bedroom apartment. Photograph: Tom Honan

One of the busiest estate agents in Dublin’s docklands has said the average salary of his tenants renting in the area rose to €117,095 last year, more(...)

179 The George, Charlotte Quay Dock, Ringsend, Dublin 4: sold for €560,000, 14% above its asking price

179 The George, Charlotte Quay Dock, Ringsend, Dublin 4 Fourth-floor, two-bedroom apartment of 73sq m (785sq ft) in turnkey condition overlooking Gran(...)

Number 7 Madison Road has its attractions and will appeal to first-time buyers and downsizers.

Nicely settled into a quiet Kilmainham cul-de-sac, built in the early years of the 20th century, 7 Madison Road has a lot that will appeal to first-ti(...)

The Benson Building at 76 Sir John Rogerson’s Quay will contain 14 one-bedroom apartments, 43 two-bedroom homes and 15 three-bedroom units.

Another block of apartments under construction in the Dublin docklands is to be offered for sale by private treaty. Selling agents Savills and Owen Re(...)

A computer generated image of the Project Waterfront development.

The last remaining waterfront development site in Dublin’s north docklands has been placed on the market for sale with a guide price of €120 million. (...)

Number 32 Synge Street

George Bernard Shaw was born in Synge Street in 1856, and spent a famously unhappy childhood there. “Rich only in dreams, frightful and loveless in re(...)

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