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

Large 14-bed Glasnevin house for €2.3m

Large 14-bed Glasnevin house for €2.3m

Buyers seeking an exceptionally large house in Glasnevin will be interested in Iona House, a spacious double-fronted detached residence in Iona Park which is on the market for €2.3 million with Lisney.

Castlemartyr golf lodges still available

Castlemartyr golf lodges still available

Eight golf lodges remain for sale at Castlemartyr Golf Club, part of a €75 million hotel-and-resort development on a 240-acre estate in east Cork.

Growth in Limerick’s housing market

Growth in Limerick’s housing market

The residential market in Limerick performed well in 2006 with strong growth in the first half of the year.

Home entertainment built to order

Home entertainment built to order

Brian Finnegan turned his hobby of making home-entertainment systems into a career when he set up his own business earlier this year.

Finding the jewel in glass and metal fusion

Finding the jewel in glass and metal fusion

As a little girl growing up in Armagh, Paula Boyle was fascinated with her grandmother’s jewellery box.

Terenure apartment with private garden

Terenure apartment with private garden

Behind electric gates in a well-established residential scheme off Wainsfort Road in the heart of Terenure, 13 Wainsfort Manor Grove is a ground-floor apartment for sale through Douglas Newman Good with an asking price of €495,000.

Transforming a hotel into a high-end resort

Transforming a hotel into a high-end resort

Riobard Lyne bought the Kenmare Bay Hotel in Co Kerry in 2004 and has embarked on an ambitious €30 million plan to overhaul the grand dame and present the town with a new luxury resort.

New phase at the Gallops

New phase at the Gallops

Named after a champion racehorse trained at Glencairn in Co Dublin, Levmoss Park is a new residential scheme set within the well-established Gallops scheme at the foot of the Dublin Mountains.

Malta: Options for Irish investors

Malta: Options for Irish investors

Low tax rates, rising property prices, a Mediterranean climate, direct flights and an English-speaking populace have made Malta an increasingly popular location for holiday-home buyers and retirees.

Limerick city two-beds for €370,000

Limerick city two-beds for €370,000

Hartstonge Gate, a scheme of 36 two-bedroom apartments on Henry Street in Limerick, has just been released for sale through O’Connor Murphy Gubbins.

Five things to do in Florence

Five things to do in Florence

Florence, Firenze in Italian, is Tuscany’s capital city. In a nutshell:

Redbrick terraced four-bed for €1.1m in Harold’s Cross

Redbrick terraced four-bed for €1.1m in Harold’s Cross

Douglas Newman Good is seeking offers in the region of €1.1 million for 12 Casimir Road, a redbrick period terraced home on a quiet residential street in the heart of Harold’s Cross.

Cork two-bed on market

Cork two-bed on market

A two-bedroom former show apartment in a development of 12 properties close to Cork city has come to the market with an asking price of €550,000.

Irish development in Portugal’s Algarve

Irish development in Portugal’s Algarve

An Irish development company has unveiled a scheme of 37 townhouses in Boliqueime, a quaint hillside town in the heart of the Algarve.

Churchtown three-bed bungalow with space to extend

Churchtown three-bed bungalow with space to extend

Number 8 Mount Albion Road is a deceptively spacious semi-detached bungalow on a quiet cul-de-sac off Beaumont Avenue in Churchtown, for sale by private treaty through Douglas Newman Good with an asking price of €875,000.