Tommy Barker visits an Ardbrack home with all-season, Kinsale town, harbour and Bandon River views.More
A noisy schoolhouse has become a tranquil residence, says Trish DromeyMore
FAMILIES looking at 7 The Meadows in Cork’s Ballincollig could well come from afar to view, or from very close, as it’s big enough and good enough to get trading-up interest even from within the overall Classes Lake development, of which if forms a part.More
“A grand, solid block of a house” — so says Hugh McPhillips of Marshs auctioneers, seeing straight to the good points of the suburban four-bedroomed 11 Bellair Estate.More
Tommy Barker says this home at Alta Terrace overlooking Monkstown’s marina oozes with period charm.More
Three-bed properties in Wilton don’t come much more affordable than 24 West Lawn which is new to the market with a guide of €155,000.More
Trish Dromey says all the bells and whistles — and more — have gone in to putting a truly luxurious finish on this property near Ennis.More
Currabinny woods backdrop to harbour and estuary panorama, says Tommy Barker.More
Tommy Barker on a house with harbour views and lots of potential.More
Standards set in Blackrock to be matched in Donnybrook, says Tommy Barker.
Trish Dromey finds fifty shades of lingering autumn leaves at Waterford’s Colligan Bridge.More
What’s the difference between a detached home and a semi-detached one of identical size and side-by-side setting?More
The asking price has attracted all the attention, and the strong viewing figures of more than 30 in the first week but, be warned, No 146 Sunday’s Well Avenue is not for the faint of heart, or those with thin wallets.More
Set in a prime location with decent space, there’s a lot to like about this family home, says Tommy Barker.More
It’s got potential, writes Tommy Barker.More
IT’S AN island, but more in name than reality — welcome to Rochestown’s Hop Island, a hop, skip and a jump from suburban Cork, from Douglas village, and from the vital, arterial ring road.More
Tommy Barker visits a suburban Cork city semi-d that’s had a thorough makeover both inside and out.
The four open viewings arranged for 72 Calderwood Rd in Cork’s Donnybrook give an indication that strong interest is expected.More
Munster surveyors in the SCSI meet tomorrow night for their annual dinner, at a time of recovery in the construction profession. Here, former SCS Munster chair Rob Andrews surveys his own half-century in quantity surveying.More
There’s good news this month on the hospitality front for West Cork’s Skibbereen.
Auction sales are set to continue to year’s end. Allsop’s final 2015 event takes place next month having over €43 million in reserves, and which includes a bar/restaurant business in Cork’s Ballincollig at circa €1 million, as well a city centre off-licence and three unfinished apartments near UCC on Washington Street/Little Hanover Street, guiding €350,00/€400,000, with a lease expiring in December 2016.
The reins have been handed over at one of West Cork’s seasonally busiest food-based bars, Dinty’s of Union Hall.More
A positive, proactive approach is turning around Tralee’s fortunes, say local traders and the Kerry town’s Chamber Alliance.More
Bridgehill is a quality house in a special setting, says Tommy Barker.More
Mary Rose Daly visits a pristine period property at Kilcolman, West Cork, which comes with three cottages.More
Two identical properties have come to the market, writes Trish Dromey.More
Houses in the Cork suburb of Bishopstown rarely go on offer guiding at less than €200k, so this one is attracting early interest, says Trish Dromey.More
Tommy Barker takes a look inside a model home which reflects the owners driving passion.More
Mature, bedded down gardens with colour — even heading into winter months — are an indication of the care taken down the years at 44 Rochestown Rise.More
IT’S eight years now since the scheme of contemporary-styled houses at Cork’s Elden got launched — and they still look crisp and modern.More