Deck the halls, don’t break the bank
Sprucing up your home for Christmas does not need to be time-consuming or expensive. Róisín Lafferty shares her top tips
By virtue of timing alone, Christmas is the finish line everyone is trying to reach in one piece. After running around like a crazy person for most of the year, Christmas has become a dreamlike period when it is acceptable to stop everything and breathe.
So what does this Christmas break mean for most of us? Chestnuts roasting on an open fire? Or more like trying to find the balance between the chaos of hosting...
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What happens when an agent puts her own home up for sale?
Selling agent Sinéad Beggan turns the tables on herself as she puts her Tudor-style, three-bedroom home in Dublin’s Templeogue on the market
A pair of south Dublin homes for under €400,000 each
70 Glenview Park in Tallaght and 9 Esposito Road in Walkinstown are both on the market for highly reasonable prices
Well-appointed Dublin 4 mews within minutes of Baggot Street
No 106 Baggot Lane, a two-bed recently refurbished mews with private garden and courtyard is on the market for €995,000