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

Generous family home in heart of horse country

Generous family home in heart of horse country

Owned by racing enthusiasts and named for a former British thoroughbred champion, Rockfel House i...

If you do like to be beside the seaside, try these two

If you do like to be beside the seaside, try these two

Two family homes in Shankill come with all the advantages of suburban and seaside living

Buyers seek value in period homes

Buyers seek value in period homes

The country homes market is fickle just now, with buyers favouring a walk-in condition Big House

€1.5m sought for Wexford retail unit

€1.5m sought for Wexford retail unit

Kehoe & Associates Auctioneers in Wexford is seeking offers of €1.5 million for No 20 North...

Cork car showroom with an acre to spare guides €750,000

Cork car showroom with an acre to spare guides €750,000

Casey & Kingston auctioneers is guiding an advised minimum value of €750,000 for a standalo...

Glorious gardens and room to grow in Greystones

Glorious gardens and room to grow in Greystones

Families in search of a sizeable home with an equally large garden in the upmarket Burnaby area o...

Airy family home has private gardens and enviable views over Dublin Bay

Airy family home has private gardens and enviable views over Dublin Bay

Enjoying a commanding corner position at the junction of Seapoint Avenue and Belgrave Road and gi...

Industrial and office space near Red Cow on market for €860,000

Industrial and office space near Red Cow on market for €860,000

William Harvey is seeking offers of €860,000 for Unit 22, a detached industrial and office faci...

Contents of Dublin’s Café en Seine go under the hammer

Contents of Dublin’s Café en Seine go under the hammer

The Belle Époque-style café bar and nightclub was once the pièce de résistance of Liam and Des O’Dwyer’s Celtic Tiger era pub empire

Café en Seine gives up its trinkets

Café en Seine gives up its trinkets

The contents of the well-known nightspot are being auctioned off as it prepares to reopen following a major refurbishment

Offers above €9 million sought for prime Conyngham Road site

Offers above €9 million sought for prime Conyngham Road site

The site has 67 metres of frontage on to Conyngham Road

Wicklow cottage will appeal to those with green fingers

Wicklow cottage will appeal to those with green fingers

The modestly-named cottage has been extended to a generous 155 square metres of well-presented accommodation

Sprawling Carrickmines five-bed on offer for €2.195m

Sprawling Carrickmines five-bed on offer for €2.195m

Sonas is sprawling residence of just over 360 square metres in Carrickmines in Dublin 18

A handsome pair of investment apartments on North Circular Rd

A handsome pair of investment apartments on North Circular Rd

Collectively, the buildings contain 16 units and come with a tidy, low-maintenance, railed front garden, with neatly concealed bin-storage areas

A chance to acquire a piece of Eden in Sandyford for €20m

A chance to acquire a piece of Eden in Sandyford for €20m

Irish-owned investment firm Ardstone originally bought the site from Nama for €6.5 million