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Landscapes lead at online auction

Landscapes lead at online auction

Slea Head on the Dingle Peninsula in Co Kerry has been painted ad infinitum, but the most inspired depiction I’ve seen is Cecil Maguire’s, currently on offer in Morgan O’Driscoll’s Off the Wall online sale – bidding ends tomorrow.

Profile: Greg Kavanagh

Profile: Greg Kavanagh

Child star syndrome

Rock gods set to take Whyte’s to The Edge

Rock gods set to take Whyte’s to The Edge

Leading Whyte’s Rock, Pop and Movies sale is a Hokada Spanish-style acoustic guitar believed to be the first ever used by David Howell Evans, aka The Edge of U2. Bought by the vendor in 1980 from The Edge’s mother, it is inscribed “Best wishes, Edge”

Taking a look at fine art in the round

Taking a look at fine art in the round

Thanks to the latest IT innovation, art lovers are destined to spend even more time online: this month, Adam’s and Morgan O’Driscoll have introduced 360-degree viewing of selected lots on their online catalogues.

Final phase of ‘sea view’ apartments launched

Final phase of ‘sea view’ apartments launched

The final phase of one, two and three-bedroom apartments in the exclusive 54-unit Seascape development in Clontarf in Dublin 3 is being brought to the market by Sherry FitzGerald.

Dun Laoghaire on the Med

Dun Laoghaire on the Med

Halfway up Tivoli Terrace East in Dun Laoghaire is a narrow laneway that runs between two sets of semi-detached period homes. Steal a quick glance down it and you’ll get an unexpected surprise in the form of five contemporary, three-bedroom, three-st

Victorian redbrick is a perfect period piece

Victorian redbrick is a perfect period piece

Situated halfway between Glenageary and Dun Laoghaire, Lady Cross is an imposing four-bedroom residence with a wealth of sumptuous period features – as well as room for Granny.

On the market

On the market

33 Clontarf Park, Clontarf, Dublin 3

British scheme is like SSIAs, only different

British scheme is like SSIAs, only different

Editor’s note Tina-Marie O’Neill There are fears that George Osborne’s move will push up property prices across Britain

All alone in bedsit land

All alone in bedsit land

The chronic housing shortage in Dublin has led to calls for the government to roll back its blanket ban on bedsits, which are typically located in ‘pre-1963’ buildings. Tina-Marie O’Neill reports

Strong returns on  the way over next two years

Strong returns on the way over next two years

Andrew Hook of Aviva Ireland’s Irish Property Fund says the outlook for domestic commercial property is a good one over the next two years. Donal Buckley reports.

Shortage of Grade A properties set to be exploited

Shortage of Grade A properties set to be exploited

Recent weeks have witnessed a number of eye-catching industrial sales in the commercial property market, writes Donal Buckley.

House of the week: Carrickmines home in walk-in condition

House of the week: Carrickmines home in walk-in condition

Landscaped gardens, and its proximity to schools and Cabinteely Park, make this four-bedroom residence a solid family home, writes Tina-Marie O’Neill.

Investors beware rising rents while yields fall

Investors beware rising rents while yields fall

Karl Deeter Talking Finance: For property investors, yield is everything – so what is it telling us about today’s property market and where it will go?

Tallaght unit for lease or purchase

Tallaght unit for lease or purchase

Nigel Healy at JLL is handling the letting of Unit 6B at Broomhill Business Complex in Tallaght in Dublin 24. The property extends to 929 square metres and incorporates a semi-detached warehouse that includes offices and an adjoining enclosed yard.