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

Revamped Dublin 8 home on market for €565,000

Revamped Dublin 8 home on market for €565,000

A stylish period villa, 21 Emmet Road has been renovated and its original features kept intact

Luxury Rathfarnham residence for €2m

Luxury Rathfarnham residence for €2m

A four-bedroom home over four levels in south Dublin features a gym, cinema room and wine cellar

A rich interior life

A rich interior life

As a nation, we are opting to entertain at home or kick back on the couch on a Saturday night rather than dance the night away at the club, and this is affecting our choice of decor

Dublin Landings deal for €106.5 million

Dublin Landings deal for €106.5 million

Colliers International acted on behalf of the South Korean trust JR AMC, which recently acquired ...

Purple mountain majesty atop Lavender Heights

Purple mountain majesty atop Lavender Heights

This truly extraordinary Cork property - including health spa, swimming pool and golf links - has come to market again, after a stint as a playground for the private corporate market

Ex-BMW showrooms with potential for 67 apartments guided at €7 million

Ex-BMW showrooms with potential for 67 apartments guided at €7 million

Agents Finnegan Menton and GVA Donal O Buachalla are guiding €7 million for a premium residential development site in Milltown in south Dublin

New app aims to take the toil out of househunting

New app aims to take the toil out of househunting

Site in collaboration with Bank of Ireland saves salary details for simpler mortgage calculations

Modern industrial facility with offices on market in D15

Modern industrial facility with offices on market in D15

The property has been let in its entirety to Rennicks Group on a ten-year full repairing and insuring lease from November 2017

Boutique Kildare hotel goes on the market for €1.1m

Boutique Kildare hotel goes on the market for €1.1m

The 2,500 square metre hotel was renovated and upgraded in 2014-15 to a high standard. It incorporates two bars, a function room and ‘the Gallops’ restaurant

Everything comes together for Core Media’s cutting-edge HQ

Everything comes together for Core Media’s cutting-edge HQ

The new office space is cool, contemporary and aimed at encouraging a more collaborative workspace for employees by bringing together the company’s series of satellite divisions under one roof

Exclusive Donnybrook new-builds for €2.25m

Exclusive Donnybrook new-builds for €2.25m

The scheme is the latest by long-time developer Richard Barrett’s Bartra Homes division, and the group has plans to build more than €600 million-worth of both residential and commercial property in Dublin in the short to medium term

Waterford cottage is a perfect rural bolthole for €355,000

Waterford cottage is a perfect rural bolthole for €355,000

Sitting on the corner of the junction between Love Lane and Doneraile Drive, Holmelea is within a short stroll of the waterfront, the town centre, Doneraile Walk and the local tennis club

Futureproofed Killiney five-bed for €1.35m

Futureproofed Killiney five-bed for €1.35m

With its distinctive, steeply pitched, Alpine chalet-style roof, the well-presented five-bedroom detached residence comes to market with DNG’s Dun Laoghaire branch guiding €1.35 million

Dawson Street Carluccio’s reopens

Dawson Street Carluccio’s reopens

The restaurant on the corner of Dawson Street and Duke Street, in the city centre, opened in 1999, the first Irish outlet

A hat trick of three-bed southside apartments

A hat trick of three-bed southside apartments

Owner occupiers and investors on the lookout for a southside three-bedroom apartment might be interested in a choice of three that Lisney agent Lorita O’Donoghue has on her books in Dundrum and neighbouring Ballinteer in Dublin