Rose Doyle

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Kate and Mary Masterson of The Kitchen Whisk on Wicklow Street, Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Cooking, baking, gadgets, devices and paraphernalia – all and anything to do with kitchens are an obsession with Mary and Kate Masterson. An absolute (...)

The Old Schoolhouse, Glenmore, Co Kerry

 Standing in quiet splendour at the end of a remote valley, the Old School House in Glenmore has more than its share of history, drama and bona f(...)

Typical of the Victorian houses lining Bath Avenue, number 79 is a graceful part of a terrace of two-storey houses. Bath Avenue was the first road lai(...)

Number 12 Havelock Square: an upgraded, elegant home in Dublin 4.

Havelock Square, and its neighbour Vavasour Square, are Dublin city landmarks, ideals of the best kind of Victorian artisan dwellings set around centr(...)

Number 108 Townsend Street: a city retreat that is relaxed, light-filled and easily maintained.

 Minutes from the city centre in one direction and from Grand Canal Dock in the other, number 108 Townsend Street couldn’t be closer to town. At (...)

Annacrivey carries its Art Deco heritage lightly. Notwithstanding design kudos galore, rooms filled with light and gardens that are nothing less than (...)

Vendors Liz and Mick have been thinking about selling their Donnybrook home for over a year. “We’ve been so happy here,” they say, “we’re beside every(...)

An imposing house built in 1870, the entrance hallway of 77 Terenure Road East gives a sweeping view through a traditional plaster arch to the breakfa(...)

Number 13 Tudor Road, in Ranelagh, Dublin.

Tudor Road, one of Ranelagh’s more intimate and well-lived in roads, has some great gardens. Number 13’s sheltered garden certainly fits that mould. (...)

57 Templeville Drive, €825,000

 Owners Jennifer and Paul have put a lot of work into 57 Templeville Drive in the decade they’ve lived there. Years of what Jennifer calls “chipp(...)

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