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Which property has the best views in Dublin?

An apartment overlooking Trinity Square is claiming the best views in Dublin. But we reckon there's a few other contenders out there. We take a look at properties for sale or to let with some of the best views in Dublin...

News Roundup: PTSB Troubles, Mortgage Challenge, New New Homes…

Today's News RoundUp: Permanent TSB saga from David Hall of the IMHO, challenging the government on bank repossessions and new luxury homes in Clongriffin.

Garden Transformations: Bench Seating & Bedders

We look at garden transformations on a budget. Here Wildes Landscape Architecture built this gorgeous bench seating bedders and patio areas.

News Roundup: Lead in the pipes, apartment sizes and property prices

Our round up of the most important and relevant news from homes & property this week. Lead in the pipes, apartment sizes and property prices

Warehouse Style Kitchen in a Dublin Home

We take a look at a contemporary kitchen in an Irish Home. Looking for 'Warehouse-style' living during a major refurbishment, the owners turned to Wicklow-based designers Rhatigan and Hick.

Ireland’s Million Euro Homes

Did you want Channel 4’s documentary last night about the UK’s Million Pound Properties? It highlighted the vast difference £1 million will buy you in across the UK, from prime central London to the wild estates of Scotland. So today we look at the same experiment - what will €1 million buy you across Ireland?

Heritage Wednesday: The Casino, Marino, Dublin

Every Wednesday we look at a Heritage Ireland open home or site around the country. Today is The Casino in Marino, Dublin.

Introducing our partners – Churches Estate Agents

Irish Home Magazine are delighted to finally announce our new partners and contributors Churches Estate Agents who will be providing latest property market commentary and insight to IrishHome.ie

New Homes – Going high not wide

As the new build market creeps back to life, we are seeing new formats and designs enter the housing market. Gone are the apartment-led schemes and now the new fad is for townhouses. Tall and narrow, are they really an ideal living arrangement?

Dublin’s historic diving bell set for facelift

Dublin's historic diving bell is set for a facelift and new visitor experience, adding a much-needed attraction to the riverside and reminder of Dublin's important history.