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.
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”
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
Editor’s note Tina-Marie O’Neill There are fears that George Osborne’s move will push up property prices across Britain
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
Recent weeks have witnessed a number of eye-catching industrial sales in the commercial property market, writes Donal Buckley.
Landscaped gardens, and its proximity to schools and Cabinteely Park, make this four-bedroom residence a solid family home, writes Tina-Marie O’Neill.
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.