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

Designing for a west Cork life

Designing for a west Cork life

An interior design duo find the slow pace and natural beauty of their environment inspires their creativity and suits their penchant for mixing old and new

New family homes hit the market

New family homes hit the market

The first of the Dublin schemes is at Sycamore Grove on Grove Road in Dublin 11 and is open for viewing from the show house today from 11.30am to 1pm or by appointment

Last batch of Lucan new homes scheme on view

Last batch of Lucan new homes scheme on view

Almost a year after its initial launch, a limited number of three, four and five-bedroom homes remain for sale in the Castlethorn scheme on Newcastle Road, ranging in price from €345,000 to €640,000

Rathfarnham and Greystones latest to launch new schemes

Rathfarnham and Greystones latest to launch new schemes

Sherry FitzGerald’s new homes division is on site at two highly-anticipated launches today in Rathfarnham in Dublin 14 and Greystones in Co Wicklow

Building in the wow factor

Building in the wow factor

Inspiration, an event to be held in Bank of Ireland on College Green next month, will kick off Open House Dublin, the architectural festival that opens up 100 old and new buildings and homes that are usually inaccessible to the public

Blessington family home with five apartments on market for €995,000

Blessington family home with five apartments on market for €995,000

The three-storey building incorporates a five-bedroom family home, three one-bedroom apartments and two two-bedroom apartments

Housing crisis could affect Dublin’s ability to attract talent

Housing crisis could affect Dublin’s ability to attract talent

Four in five survey respondents cited a lack of housing as the biggest obstacle to attracting talent, while a whopping 78 per cent said the city’s high cost of accommodation was the single greatest handicap to living and working in Dublin

Drogheda pub comes with an abundance of local goodwill

Drogheda pub comes with an abundance of local goodwill

Located close to the town centre, Garvey’s has been renovated within the last five years

Rosy in the garden room

Rosy in the garden room

A fraction of the price of an extension or a trade-up, a garden room can give you the extra space you need for work, relaxation or fun

The Best New Homes

The Best New Homes

There’s a wide range of styles evident in the wave of new schemes currently coming to the market

A pair of family homes in sought-after suburb

A pair of family homes in sought-after suburb

Families on the market for a generous home in a well-to-do suburb of south Co Dublin might be int...

Glandore launches new venue in Belfast

Glandore launches new venue in Belfast

As well as expanding into Cork, where it will launch new flexible workspaces this autumn, family-...

Penrose Dock development will be a new Cork landmark

Penrose Dock development will be a new Cork landmark

The company expects to be on site in a matter of weeks to begin working on the 23,225 square metr...

Purty Kitchen and Boomers pubs on the market

Purty Kitchen and Boomers pubs on the market

A well-known south-Dublin licensed premises, The Purty Kitchen in Dún Laoghaire in South Co Dubl...

New homes on the way, and boy do we need them

New homes on the way, and boy do we need them

The latest figures represent a marked improvement on this time last year, which is just as well