Owen Reilly

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The view from number 10 in the Lafayette Building, Dublin

The shortage of Dublin city centre accommodation for both long and short-term rentals means that two properties, new to the market this week, are unli(...)

Grand Canal Dock: Dublin is now the 47th most expensive city in the world for expats to live and work in – behind London, San Francisco, and Paris – but ahead of other start-up hubs like Berlin (100), Barcelona (110) and Lisbon (134).  Photograph: Eric Luke / THE IRISH TIMES

Back in 2011, Brittany-born Kevin Loaec decided to fulfil his dream of starting his own business. He could have done it in France, but found the start(...)

Leopardstown Grove is a well-established estate built in the 1960s, just off Brewery Road. Number 30 was constructed in 1965 and has had one carefu(...)

Lisfannon, Fahan, Buncrana, Co Donegal

Address: 31 Saunders House, Spencer Dock, Docklands, Dublin 1 Agents: Owen Reilly and Hooke & MacDonald On the fourth floor of a bloc(...)

  When the owners of 32 Churchfields bought their four-bedroom detached house in 1994 they were one of the first families into the then ne(...)

90 Milltown Hall, Mount St Annes, Milltown, Dublin 6

Address: 90 Milltown Hall, Mount St Annes, Milltown, D6 Agent: Owen Reilly The south-facing aspect of this 80sq m two-bedroom apartment is(...)

The owners of 129 Philipsburgh Avenue didn’t intend moving on so quickly – it’s less than four years since they bought the Victorian terraced redbr(...)

Bloomfield, Donnybrook, Dublin 4
Town & Country

Address: Bloomfield, Donnybrook, Dublin 4 Agent: Owen Reilly This two-bedroom, two-bathroom contemporary apartment measures 80sq m (861sq ft)(...)

Mortgage lending may be in the early days of recovery, but there has been a move away from cash buyers propping up activity levels. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

As the autumn selling season revs into gear, buyers and vendors are starting to come out of the woodwork. Rising prices mean that vendors who have wai(...)

8 Mather Road South: a modest 1950s three-bed bungalow

If anyone thinks the current premiums being paid for houses in the capital are reserved solely for those who can afford to buy handsome period (...)

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