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Latest Residential and Commercial Buildings

Latest Residential and Commercial Buildings

Ireland is coming up in the world in terms architectural commercial and residential buildings, as many architects are building projects to help the locals and international visitors of Ireland to be in touch with new architecture as well as new technology that will be used in these new projects. They strive to show the importance of these new buildings and how they are going to benefit them in the long run by being more eco-friendly as...

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Real Estate Laws in Ireland

Real Estate Laws in Ireland

The Real Estate Laws of Ireland are very strong with their tenant protection laws. As the owners are free to negotiate rents, but it must never exceed the open market rate. There is a definite need for people to know the property laws that are enforced in Ireland to make sure you are never put in a bad situation, so learning a few of these important laws can help you secure an investment you make in Ireland, if you are looking to buy a...

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Famous Old Mansions in Ireland

Famous Old Mansions in Ireland

Great architectural designs and centuries of historic mansions are found in large numbers in Ireland and they are even able to be rented out (or only a part of the old mansions) for people to stay and get to know the owners of the historic homes. Clonalis House, County Roscommon The Last of the High Kings of Ireland Home is now open to the public to sleep in, obviously shared with the owners Pyers and Marguerite O’Conor Nash. This...

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Refurbished Old Homes

Refurbished Old Homes

Ireland is famous for its old castles that are still very well preserved and for cottages and homes in the countryside which have lasted for ages. But in some places old homes are starting to fall apart, either by natural causes or just human interaction, which is why many old homes are being redesigned by their owners, having them refurbished can be an expensive, but a very worthwhile idea if you are willing to put your effort and time...

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Why Visit Glenveagh National Park

Why Visit Glenveagh National Park

As one of six national park’s, Glenveagh National Park is Ireland’s second largest park at an impressive 14,000 acres. This national park was opened in 1986 to the public, and has attracted many tourists to come and visit for its amazing features. Glenveagh is County Donegal’s number one attraction, as many activities are able to be completed and achieved in this notorious national park as it is filled with adventure...

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Famous Irish Cottages

Famous Irish Cottages

Thatched Cottages are on the decline in Ireland and in fact there may be as few as 1,500 cottages left in Ireland that have survived through the years with their strong stone build. However, the the perfect cottage in Ireland is very widely sought after as they give incredible amounts of space for a single family, or even more than one family. The cottages that are being rented/bought by investors are usually looking for a spacious, cozy...

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The Dot Architecture and Soc-Arc company

The Dot Architecture and Soc-Arc company

Dot Architecture The Bournemouth-based architectural firm is run by Darren Henderson, James Whitney and Charlie Wynn. Their architectural projects/schemes are ranged from very small (as small as just only a porch) to massively large (a hotel conversion), with their lengthy experience between the three architects, they offer their expertise, and give honest, realistic and accurate advice on what you are able to obtain from the project you...

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