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

Donnybrook buy-to-rent property comes to market

Donnybrook buy-to-rent property comes to market

Hibernian Estates in Dublin 8 is handling the sale of 57 Marlborough Road, a period end-of-terrac...

Leasehold on sale for Baggot Street O’Briens building

Leasehold on sale for Baggot Street O’Briens building

QRE agent Jenny Donnelly is handling the sale of the leasehold interest in 19 Upper Baggot Street...

The best new homes for 2019

The best new homes for 2019

Tina-Marie O’Neill picks the cream of new homes available in the greater Dublin area

Dalkey Victorian semi by the sea for €1.275m

Dalkey Victorian semi by the sea for €1.275m

In the same family for more than 30 years, the two-storey over-garden level residence was built circa 1840

Scheming afoot as new homes come thick and fast

Scheming afoot as new homes come thick and fast

Industry insiders are optimistic about the outlook for 2019, with more than 100 new schemes launching soon in Dublin alone

Stillorgan family home is set to fetch €1.8 million

Stillorgan family home is set to fetch €1.8 million

Lismorna is a handsome four-bedroom house, but its USP is its ideal Dublin 4 location close to Belfield, Montrose and a host of amenities, writes Tina-Marie O’Neill

A pair of jewels on Sandymount Strand for €975k and €875k

A pair of jewels on Sandymount Strand for €975k and €875k

Both should draw strong interest from buyers in search of a turnkey residence close to the sea and the city centre

Onwards and upwards

Onwards and upwards

Real estate experts are predicting another strong and stable year in the Irish property market, despite supply constraints and geopolitical concerns

Clonskeagh redbrick comes with a real stamp of quality

Clonskeagh redbrick comes with a real stamp of quality

Many of the homes in Clonskeagh were built by one of the country’s most highly regarded and prolific family builders, G&T Crampton

Prime picking in the Orchard

Prime picking in the Orchard

This well-maintained four-bed home in Dublin’s Terenure has mature gardens, a rear extension and off-street parking and is deceptively spacious

Tough at the top?

Tough at the top?

Trophy homes are continuing to sell at the high end of the market, but the peak price paid this year is a full €1 million less than last year’s equivalent – and experts are beginning to wonder if ‘something is wrong with the market’

Bright and airy seaside living in Booterstown for €795,000

Bright and airy seaside living in Booterstown for €795,000

Spanning 108 square metres, 11 Trimleston Avenue is a bright and airy home in walk-in condition with a gravel drive at the front and a well-proportioned rear garden waiting for a green-fingered buyer

U+I plans to unlock ‘unrealised potential’ in Dublin 8 industrial estate

U+I plans to unlock ‘unrealised potential’ in Dublin 8 industrial estate

The White Heather industrial estate on the South Circular Road in Dublin 8, near the Liberties area of Dublin, has major development potential given its location which overlooks the Grand Canal and boasts about 188 metres of canal frontage

Contemporary Blackrock penthouse offers a perfect south-city bolthole

Contemporary Blackrock penthouse offers a perfect south-city bolthole

The roomy residence in south Co Dublin is on the market with a guiding price of €895,000

Foxrock three-bed semi on market for €625,000

Foxrock three-bed semi on market for €625,000

Andrew Rhatigan at Janet Carroll Estate Agents is guiding €625,000 for 58 South Park, a semi-de...