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

Detached Dalkey family home with fine views

Detached Dalkey family home with fine views

Purchasers seeking a substantial detached family home with views over Dublin may be interested in Blue Haze in Dalkey, south Co Dublin, which is for sale through Sherry FitzGerald with an asking price of €1.85 million.

Chance to invest in Cote d’Azur leaseback scheme

Chance to invest in Cote d’Azur leaseback scheme

Savills Hamilton Osborne King is offering Irish investors an opportunity to invest in a leaseback scheme on the Cote d’Azur in the south of France with prices starting from €212,164 excluding Vat (€253,748 including Vat).

Irish directory service plans to roll out cross-border network

Irish directory service plans to roll out cross-border network

By her own admission, Nicola Byrne is a woman on a mission.

Malahide apartments go on show

Malahide apartments go on show

The latest phase of 40 one, two and three-bedroom apartments have been released for sale at Northern Cross on the Malahide Road in Dublin and should interest first-time buyers and owner occupiers.

Substantial four-bedroom semi in Terenure

Substantial four-bedroom semi in Terenure

Douglas Newman Good is seeking offers of €1.95 for 103 Terenure Road West, a substantial four-bedroom semi-detached home which is for sale by private treaty.

Vintage dreams

Vintage dreams

Owning a vineyard in some sunny overseas clime may be the aspiration of many an Irish wine aficionado, but to realise the dream requires a lot of hard work and no small amount of cash.

Family homes in Kilmore Village

Family homes in Kilmore Village

The first phase of ten family homes in a new scheme in the centre of Kilmore village in Co Wexford has been launched to the market this weekend priced from€279,000.

Bringing business to arts

Bringing business to arts

Stuart McLaughlin, the former business development director of consultancy firm Accenture, has been appointed chief executive of Business2Arts.

Glasnevin period property has wine cellar and steam room

Glasnevin period property has wine cellar and steam room

Lisney is quoting an advised minimum value of €1.8 million for a four-bedroom period property on Ballymun Road in Glasnevin which will go under the hammer on March 29.

Extended Victorian terrace home close to Rathgar

Extended Victorian terrace home close to Rathgar

A Victorian terraced home on a quiet avenue within walking distance of Rathgar village and Harold’s Cross is on the market for €1.4 million.

Attractive four-bed Booterstown semi

Attractive four-bed Booterstown semi

Sherry FitzGerald is quoting an advised minimum value of €1.7 million for 107 St Helen’s Road, an attractive four-bedroom semi-detached residence in Booterstown, which will go under the hammer on March 21.

Energy-saving apartments on market in Cavan

Energy-saving apartments on market in Cavan

The first environmentally friendly Smarthome apartments in Cavan have been launched this weekend, priced from €205,000.

Tasty treat for food fans

Tasty treat for food fans

Food lovers can whet their international appetites at the Tastefest 2007 event at the RDS in Dublin next weekend.

Make-up artist presents right face

Make-up artist presents right face

Omagh-born Annie Gribbin started her career in banking in Dublin, but a creative streak led the entrepreneur to become the sole distributor for a Parisian make-up brand and the creator of her own cosmetics range.

Redbrick Victorian three-bed off SCR

Redbrick Victorian three-bed off SCR

A redbrick Victorian home just off the South Circular Road in Dublin 8 has come to the market in excellent decorative order with a price tag of €995,000.