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

New Lusk development is perfect for first-time buyers

New Lusk development is perfect for first-time buyers

The developer’s ambitious, €75 million Lusk Village Quarter will include more than 150 new family homes

Two new developments come on stream on same road in D24

Two new developments come on stream on same road in D24

New home hunters in the Dublin 24 area can avail of a double whammy this weekend when Maplewood Developments releases the last of its three-bedroom homes at its Ballycullen Green and DodderBrook schemes

Eye-catching Victorian home with views of Dublin Bay

Eye-catching Victorian home with views of Dublin Bay

The eye-catching Victorian residence stands sentry on the corner of the avenue, overlooking Scotsman’s Bay

Churchtown dormer bungalow with lush gardens ticks all the right boxes

Churchtown dormer bungalow with lush gardens ticks all the right boxes

This handsome double-fronted, detached dormer bungalow sits on just over a third of an acre in Churchtown in Dublin 14

Elegant period home in turnkey condition close to Sandymount strand

Elegant period home in turnkey condition close to Sandymount strand

The elegant and handsome semi-detached family home is nestled amid a stretch of equally well-presented and visually distinct period homes built in the 1920s

Prestigious nomination for Oppermann’s PTSB project at Fit Out Awards

Prestigious nomination for Oppermann’s PTSB project at Fit Out Awards

The Fit Out Awards are a highlight of the year for interior designers and architects

West Waterford Golf Club to the fore

West Waterford Golf Club to the fore

Designed by golf course architect Eddie Hackett, the 148-acre, 18-hole parkland course in Coolcormuck was created in 1991 from farmland owned by the Spratt family

Two-thirds of €1.2bn spent on commercial property comes from overseas investors

Two-thirds of €1.2bn spent on commercial property comes from overseas investors

The latest report from BNP Paribas reveals that three mega-deals accounted for 43 per cent of all turnover in Q3, writes Tina-Marie O’Neill

Craft beer brewery up for sale and leaseback

Craft beer brewery up for sale and leaseback

Rye River operates its brewery from the premises and occupies the ground-floor offices and warehouse by way of a nine-year full repairing and insuring lease from October 2019 at a rent of €176,000 per annum

Impressive hybrid of old and new in deepest horse country

Impressive hybrid of old and new in deepest horse country

The two-storey house comprises a double-door entrance to an enclosed porch, which in turn leads to a timber-floor hallway that stretches the width of the original house

Investors get chance to be at the races with Ballybrit unit sale

Investors get chance to be at the races with Ballybrit unit sale

A highly reversionary office investment opportunity located within Ballybrit Business Park, a well-established commercial park on the outskirts of Galway city

Luxury restored in full at Luttrellstown Castle

Luxury restored in full at Luttrellstown Castle

Dublin burghers don’t have to go far to come across one of the country’s finest, well-maintained and beautifully presented castles, which dates back 600 years

Carlow’s Big Houses Festival kicks off this weekend

Carlow’s Big Houses Festival kicks off this weekend

At the Carlow Big Houses Festival visitors can peek behind the doors of some of Ireland’s most lavish manor houses and ancestral homes

Sofa, so good

Sofa, so good

Irish living rooms have evolved, but are now smaller. In fact, the 2019 CSO average new dwelling size index found that new homes were at their smallest since 2011

Three new housing schemes hit the market

Three new housing schemes hit the market

There’s something for most house-hunters on the prowl for a new home in Dublin or within the commuter belt as Savills brings three different schemes to market this weekend