Entries by Anne Da Silva

Find your burrow hideaway by the sea tide A period home overlooking the beach near Sutton Golf Club is seeking €2m, writes Gabrielle Monaghan of the Irish Independent

    By the time the famous amateur Irish golfer Joe Carr’s competitive playing career ended at Lahinch in 1969, JB – as he was also known – had won 40 championships, including three British Amateur titles, at a time when the Amateur was effectively the world championship for non-paid competitors. Throughout his life, Carr […]

Dublin’s Hamptons: A luxury home with a beach on both sides Two beaches and three floors totalling 6,300 sq ft for €3m in Sutton, writes Mark Keenan of Irish Independent

  Finding a home with direct beach access in Dublin is something of an achievement, but locating one with two different powder-sandy strands within a short stroll of your door, is extra special. Make it a huge stylish modern luxury home with international beach house qualities and you’ll wonder if it’s the famous Long Island […]

Malahide locals turn to more affordable Whitethorn abodes

Kinsealy, Co Dublin Asking price: From €460,000 Agent: Gallagher Quigley (01) 818 3000 or Stanley Estate Agents (01) 845 5509 The once-rural north Dublin suburb of Kinsealy is increasingly becoming a hotspot for developers catering to buyers who grew up in nearby Malahide but cannot afford the property prices in the affluent coastal town. At Kinsealy Woods, […]

AUTUMNAL HUES COURTING TWO TENNIS CLUBS…

In medieval times the poor were required to wear the autumnal red brown hue of russet to designate their caste. But later Cromwell made russet a badge of honour when he declared: “I had rather have a plain, russet-coated captain that knows what he fights for and loves what he knows, than that which you […]