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4 Marine Avenue, Sandycove, Co Dublin

A house a short walk to the sea in Sandycove, Co Dublin might interest buyers trading down from larger southside homes. It’s what the late owner (...)

Three of the properties in the “Merrion Collection” have leases that run out next year; the fourth lease expires in 2020

Friends First has acquired four commercial buildings, including the Unicorn Restaurant and a high-profile redevelopment site on Merrion Row, close to (...)

5 St Martins Row, Chapelizod, Dublin 20: Riverfront setting is what makes this property truly special

Chapelizod is an often overlooked village gem in Dublin. Despite being just 5km (a little over 3 miles) from O’Connell Bridge, the village has a count(...)

2 Marlborough Road Dublin 7

A century ago, lying in bed in the master bedroom of 2 Marlborough Road, just off North Circular Road in Dublin 7, the sound of neighing horses would (...)

Elba, 9 Saval Park Crescent, started life as a dark, ivy-clad bungalow with a granny flat attached. What now sits on the 0.2 acres of landscaped garde(...)

Neptune Lodge: four-bed is situated in an idyllic location  but it isn’t the most private of sites

Well over two years after it went on the market (again), one of Dublin’s most prominent landmark sites has finally sold. Neptune Lodge, the familiar (...)

34 Sandford Road Ranelagh

For house hunters in search of a home in Dublin 6, the proximity of 34 Sandford Road in Ranelagh to schools will be a major selling point. Gonzaga, Sa(...)

13 Coach House Square, Ballintyre Hall, Ballinteer, Dublin 16

A one-bedroom mews house in a secluded courtyard in the large Ballintyre development in Ballinteer, Dublin 16, is small, at 50sq m (538sq ft)  – (...)

The CIÉ-owned site at Grand Canal Quay, which will be developed into an office block

CIÉ will avail of the strong demand for good office sites in the Dublin docklands by enlisting a partner to develop a high-rise office block at Grand(...)

No 55, The Rise: a 133sq m (1,431sq ft) semi-detached four-bed with bay windows

The first houses in Mount Merrion built by John Kenny were advertised as “dream homes”, with mod cons including plenty of electric sockets and “labour(...)

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