Month: April 2010

Garden & Outdoors
Grow Your Own Fresh Fruit and Vegetables

Grow Your Own Fresh Fruit and Vegetables

You don’t need a farm, or a large garden, even a small garden, you can even grow vegetables in a pot or a bag on a balcony, doorstep, window sill, patio, or deck. You can even grown some salad sprouts on the office desk for lunch! How cool is that?

Since we believe its so easy, here are a few simple steps to get you started.
The Salad sprouts are the easiest of all to grow. You can grow them indoors in a seed sprouter. In just 3-4 days you can have crunchy, healthy, bean sprouts, baby beetroot leaves, baby radish, black eyed peas and lots more growing in your kitchen or office to eat for a healthy salad lunch. Just add water! …

Buy of the week:  Duninga House, Co. Kilkenny

Buy of the week: Duninga House, Co. Kilkenny

Duninga House, Gorsebridge, Co. KilkennyBuy of the week this week is located in Co. Kilkenny. Daninga House, which is located just outside Bagenalstown is an 18th Century mansion house and sits on approximately 47.7 acres!

Partially restored this period property was planned to become a country house hotel but unfortunately due to whatever reason (probably money!) the project was never realized and now finds itself on the market. Included in the sale of this period mansion house is; some 997 square meters, an original stone courtyard, a walled kitchen garden with 14 completed holiday lodges, a derelict gate lodge, a range of stone outbuildings, good pasturage and attractive woodland, along with river walks and oh ya, 47.7 acres of land! …

Lisney Retail Market Report Q2 2010

Summary Consumer sentiment and spending have improved Market activity mixed Some retailer are consolidating and closing over-rented units Other retailers and availing of the flexible terms on offer and acquiring new properties A number of good lettings completed in Q2 A number of quality retailer…

Savills Dublin Office Market Q2 2010

  "Office market activity improved in the second quarter and there are clear signs that the office market has bottomed out. Occupier demand in the prime areas of Dublin 2 and Dublin 4 remains strong with activity dominated by the IT/High Tech sector. We expect…

MyHome.ie Property Barometer Q1 2010

  Rate of decline in asking prices for second hand homes eases during first quarter of 2010. The average asking price nationally is €301,449 and €355,657 in Dublin. Average asking price in Dublin City South rose by 1.1% Report Downloads According to the latest Property…
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