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, […]


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 […]