Person: Keane Mahony Smith
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A COMPREHENSIVE SERIES OF ARTICLES ON THIS TOPIC
A commercial future use almost certainly beckons for Abbeyfield House, being sold on behalf of a charity on Cork city’s Curraheen Road, right opposite the Melbourn Road junction.
Thu, 03 May, 2012
With multi-million euro property sales continuing in the countryside,examines why the market for farmland didn’t sink
Thu, 12 Jan, 2012
TWO varied, but equally attention-grabbing home options, have come up at sub-€200,000 prices with Darragh Taaffe of Keane Mahony Smith in Cork city.
Sat, 02 Apr, 2011
MAKE us an offer — so say the builders and developers of Pairc na gCrann, as they price slash their last, five remaining houses in the 60-plus, Glanworth, Co Cork development.
Sat, 12 Jun, 2010
FIRST, the word “bungalow” got sort of made-over in an Irish way: it generally refers to a single-storey dwelling, but allowances are made for attic and sometimes dormer rooms.
Sat, 05 Jun, 2010
THE owners of 35 Ringcurran Rise near Kinsale in Cork got in at ground or planning level, got to put their own input in the house design — and the individuality still shows in spades.
Sat, 20 Mar, 2010
NUMBER 16 Glendale Road in Glasheen is a good solid family home, says John Barry of Keane Mahony Smith, and it has a full south facing back garden.
Sat, 27 Feb, 2010
WANT to know what to do with unwanted Christmas presents? Put them under the hammer.
Sat, 12 Dec, 2009
IT’S not often these big, Bishopstown houses come up for sale and considering the depressed market at the moment, now could be the time to make that trade-up decision.
Sat, 14 Nov, 2009
THERE are standard market offerings and there are others — quirky, old and charming properties, like this lodge at Shanagore, Innishannon, Co Cork.
Sat, 08 Aug, 2009
IT mightn’t be a complete folly to follow in the footsteps of 19th century eccentric Johnny Roche — the man who built this River Awbeg tower, called Castle Curious, in the 1840s, just after the Famine.
Sat, 20 Jun, 2009
RICH pickings in the foreland? A plumly-positioned south Cork cottage not only has sandy and surf-friendly beaches nearby, it also has one of the country’s most exclusive (and inaccessible) golf courses as a near neighbour.
Sat, 13 Jun, 2009
BUYERS can recognise value when they see it — and they clearly saw it at Glanworth this month. Three four/five bed detached houses here have been snapped up at just e250,000 a pop, in the few weeks since they appeared in these pages.
Sat, 14 Mar, 2009
THE bulk of this farm at Lissaniskey, Upton, Co Cork, was sold in the buoyant property days of 2003 through Anthony O’Regan of Keane Mahony Smith.
Thu, 06 Nov, 2008
ISLAND life, and a comfortable good life, beckons at Kilmoon, a modern built home with style on easy-to-reach Sherkin Island.
Sat, 19 Jul, 2008
THE official opening was postponed, but Amgen’s recent purchase of 16 acres close to its proposed €1 billion facility has given a shot of optimism to local and other contenders for the proposed 1,100 jobs being created.
Sat, 14 Jul, 2007
TWO by two by two — a brace of semis in parallel streets by Cork’s Lough are listed with selling agent Darragh Taaffe, of Keane Mahony Smith.
Sat, 13 Jan, 2007
THE upper end of the residential market is strong, with buyers prepared to commit to multi-million euro purchases irrespective of the punitive 9% stamp duty.
Sat, 02 Dec, 2006
SET well back into the supremely convenient Deerpark development in Cork, no 166 Deerpark is a mid-terraced, three bedroom family home in walk-in condition.
Sat, 03 Jun, 2006
IRISH investors have snapped up all but 10 units in a 152-strong luxury apartment complex in the heart of New York city, each costing an average of €1.25 million.
Mon, 19 Sep, 2005
Sat, 21 May, 2005
A PRIVATE hospital is planned for Cork city’s western suburbs as part of a €500 million development.
Sat, 15 Jan, 2005
THIS is an unusual sale in many respects — house sales in Marian Park, Pouladuff, don’t go public, according to estate agent, Darragh Taaffe, and are usually passed on within the family.
Sat, 06 Nov, 2004
RATHPEACON is part of Cork’s green belt zone and has the best of both worlds — fast access to town on the North Ring Road, but situated in an area with plenty of fresh air and low-density housing.
Sat, 12 Jun, 2004
FED up with standard house design and layout? For a blast of something fresh and different, try the Olympic, the last houses and most novel house type to go into the Pembroke Wood scheme in the harbour town of Passage West in Co Cork.
Sat, 03 Apr, 2004
NO 13 Deerpark Mews is a handily placed mid-terraced home near Turner’s Cross in Cork - within a 10 minute walk of the city centre, which is one of the reasons why it is under strong viewing activity.
Sat, 17 May, 2003
BRICKFIELDS mightn’t sound like the most imaginative of names for a residential development, particularly when brick isn’t even used in the design.
Sat, 08 Mar, 2003
TUCKED into the rock face behind the Trident Hotel, where plans are afoot for a new extension, this typical Kinsale property was custom- built to an exacting standard, says auctioneer, Andrew Carlos Clarke.
Sat, 30 Nov, 2002
DATING from the early 1900s, a four-bedroomed terraced house on the edge of Cork city is still on the market with Keane Mahony Smith.
Sat, 24 Aug, 2002