Working from home? Four properties with a home office
The Irish Times presented 52 West Road, East Wall, Dublin 3, a refurbished terraced two bed-room house as part of their piece on what sold for €375.
A D4 home fit for a president on the market for €925,000
Where do older residents of the huge trophy homes of Ballsbridge trade down to? Bloomfield House in Donnybrook, Dublin 4, has come full circle: having been built in the 18th century as an elite society home, it is today enjoying a new incarnation as a development of period conversion apartments popular among Ireland’s most powerful downtraders, the senior burghers of Ireland’s most expensive homes in D4.
Love the one you’re with – how to put your stamp on your rental home
Make a move to Milltown and take a view from a bridge. The Irish Times well-informative article on a guide to Milltown, a well-connected neighbourhood of upmarket homes. What’s good and what’s not so good.
Goodbye, open plan, hello, panic rooms: your guide to the post-pandemic property market with views from Owen Reilly
What will the new normal for property look like? Country living, super basements and the end of open plan, say the experts
4 of a kind… Dublin 6
First-time buyers on the hunt for a property needing work might be interested in 19 Collier’s Avenue in Ranelagh, which with a bit of imagination and hard work could be a lovely bijou home for a single person or couple located in one of the most desirable parts of the sought-after postcode.
A loft-style apartment or spectacular penthouse apartment
We love an American-style loft, so why aren’t there more of them? Since 1999 people have been falling over themselves to buy or rent a home in the old Crowe and Wilson clothing factory at Clanbrassil Terrace in Dublin 8’s Blackpitts district..
Sugar Club owner’s Manhattan style penthouse with 860 sq ft rooftop garden
Twenty years ago developer David Roden acquired the old red brick Crowe Wilson textile factory building off Dublin’s Clanbrassil Terrace.
‘It’s a constant struggle’ – Dog owners forced to give up beloved pets as a result of housing crisis
Dog owners are being forced to give up their beloved pets as fewer landlords are welcoming the four-legged friends alongside new tenants. Animal charity Dogs Trust received 75 emails last year from desperate owners looking to give up their dogs as a result of moving properties.
Exhibitions and history lessons on your doorstep in Dublin 7
All this year, the National Museum at Collins Barracks is showing an exhibition commemorating the first meeting of Dáil Éireann in January 1919.