Tina-Marie O'Neill

Tina-Marie O'Neill

Tina Marie O'Neill was appointed Property Editor of The Sunday Business Post in 2014. O'Neill has worked with The Sunday Business Post since 2000, contributing to a variety of sections of the newspaper, including world news, general reporting and covering food for the Magazine. She has a Masters degree in Politics from UCD, and a diploma in interior design.‚Äč

A very big house  on the prairie

A very big house on the prairie

If taking tea in a country mansion looking out on seven acres of parkland under Mount Leinster sounds like your thing, read on, writes Tina-Marie O’Neill

Bright spot in the wilds of Co Mayo on offer for €350k

Bright spot in the wilds of Co Mayo on offer for €350k

Spanning a generous 179 square metres, the light-filled house was built in 2002 and was designed to maximise the bucolic views from its location at the foot of Buckagh Mountain

A tasty Danish to be snapped up in the heart of Dublin 18

A tasty Danish to be snapped up in the heart of Dublin 18

Built just over a decade ago, the five-bedroom residence sits at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac and extends to 161 square metres

New scheme of luxury apartments in Ballsbridge comes to the market

New scheme of luxury apartments in Ballsbridge comes to the market

The latest collection of 22 luxury apartments and penthouses at Chartered Land’s prestigious Lansdowne Place development in Ballsbridge has come to market priced from €800,000

Spacious family homes are unveiled in Greystones village

Spacious family homes are unveiled in Greystones village

The seven A-rated Tuskar-style houses on release in the latest phase comprise homes of 215 square metres

Two Dublin 4 gems to choose from

Two Dublin 4 gems to choose from

In Ballsbridge and Sandymount, a pair of top-drawer houses make an enviable impression

Rathgar Road building with 18 apartments comes on the market

Rathgar Road building with 18 apartments comes on the market

The substantial five-storey building was built in the 1980s and was upgraded in 2001 and again in 2014

Historic Cork bookshop goes under hammer after 100 years

Historic Cork bookshop goes under hammer after 100 years

Enjoying a prime location, equidistant from the South Mall and St Patrick Street, the building is just a stroll from the well-known English Market

Landmark Donnybrook pub with development potential for sale at €5m

Landmark Donnybrook pub with development potential for sale at €5m

Owners Pat and Mary Crimin are retiring after a 30-year run

Pluck’s of Kilmacanogue comes to market with planning permission

Pluck’s of Kilmacanogue comes to market with planning permission

Set on an acre of land, the property is beside Junction 8 of the N11

‘Technology is an opportunity, not a threat’ says construction sector expert

‘Technology is an opportunity, not a threat’ says construction sector expert

The SCSI’s Proptech and Smart Construction Conference takes place this Thursday

Work on Dún Laoghaire Baths renovation to begin in weeks

Work on Dún Laoghaire Baths renovation to begin in weeks

The €10 million project is due to take about two years to complete

Dunshaughlin, south Dublin schemes to hit market this weekend

Dunshaughlin, south Dublin schemes to hit market this weekend

The distinctive houses have attractive warm brick façades with bay windows and well-considered landscaping throughout

Accelerating new homes sector tripped up by lack of suitable development sites

Accelerating new homes sector tripped up by lack of suitable development sites

Report findings seem to suggest "the gathering in positive sentiment behind Brexit"

Latest tranche of Dalkey scheme priced from €875,000

Latest tranche of Dalkey scheme priced from €875,000

This upmarket scheme consists of 18 two and three-storey residences ranging in size from about 137 to almost 370 square metres