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The rollercoaster of running your own business

The rollercoaster of running your own business

Róisín Lafferty shares some of the lessons she has learned from her career at the helm of her own design company

Property at the Curragh is a frontrunner for racing fans

Property at the Curragh is a frontrunner for racing fans

The Curragh Racecourse, spiritual home of flat racing in Ireland and considered one of the finest racetracks in the world, is situated 300 metres from Beech Tree House

The bell tolls for the gatekeeper’s house

The bell tolls for the gatekeeper’s house

Teach Baile í Doirín, translated as ‘homestead of the little oakwood’, was originally built as the Earl of Portarlington’s head carpenter’s house

Bright and charming with loads of potential in Meath

Bright and charming with loads of potential in Meath

The original two-storey farmhouse was built in the mid-19th century and a two-storey extension to the rear was added in the 1980s

The only way is up for industrial rents

The only way is up for industrial rents

In its first quarter report on the market, Cushman & Wakefield said prime rents in the opening quarter stood at €100 per square metre, representing an annual increase of 9.9 per cent

A prime apartment investment in Dublin 3

A prime apartment investment in Dublin 3

A residential development consisting of approximately 128 residential properties, Fairview Close was built in 2007-2008

Historic D1 pub goes on the market

Historic D1 pub goes on the market

J&M Cleary’s Bar and Lounge is a retail and investment property comprising a pub, two adjacent rented retail units and three large overhead apartments

A Riviera runs through it: Finding value in France

A Riviera runs through it: Finding value in France

As Irish interest in French property rises, experts offer tips on how to find the best value on the French Riviera

The magic of Monte Carlo

The magic of Monte Carlo

The treasures of a Belle Époque villa for auction in Paris include pieces linked to the Romanovs and Emanuel Nobel

Object of desire

Object of desire

Bonham’s showcases women potters

Bonham’s showcases women potters

Events calendar

Events calendar

Singapore-based property group's first Dublin buy

Singapore-based property group's first Dublin buy

Mapletree is buying an eight-storey office building known as The Sorting Office in the south docklands from developer Marlet

Getting lost in the former west

Getting lost in the former west

The beauty and brutality of old-time life in the west of Ireland is captured in works by Henry, Keating and Yeats at auction this week

First-edition Ulysses leads rare books sale

First-edition Ulysses leads rare books sale