5 Houses for for sale in County Carlow. Displaying ALL Carlow properties

 Hacketstown Property

Hacketstown Bungalow for sale
Ballasallagh Lower - Hacketstown - Bungalow
Bedrooms : 4
Price : € 375,000

Beautifully appointed detached bungalow on the Wicklow Way. ...

 Tullow Property

Tullow Semi Detached House for sale
33 Dublin Rd - Tullow - Semi Detached House
Bedrooms : 3
Price : € 150,000

In excellent condition throughout. Located within meters of town centre and a very nice area ...

 Bagenalstown Property

Bagenalstown Period Property for sale
Old Bank House - Bagenalstown - Period Property
Bedrooms : 10
Price : € 795,000

7 bedroom Georgian House in town, with a 3 bedroom rental coach house with separate entrance and parking, with mature walled gardens all around. 3 stories above full basement, with a banking hall atta ...

 St. Mullins Property

St. Mullins Rural View for sale
The Crossing - St. Mullins - Rural View
Bedrooms : 2
Price : € 240,000

Lovely 1860s Railway Crossing Cottage ...

 Carlow Town Property

Carlow Town Detached House for sale
42 Bullock Park - Carlow Town - Detached House
Bedrooms : 7
Price : € 350,000

Detached house within 5 minutes walk of Carlow IT. Currently occupied by owner and 4 students. Regular income from students.Would suit stay at home wife and husband or investor ...

     



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County Carlow - Description

Since time began Carlow has carried her mysteries along her rivers. Waterways winding gently through the rolling valleys of this county have carried people from 6,000 years ago until now, and their legacy can be seen in its mystical ancient pagan sites, its early Christian settlements, its magnificent Georgian country homes and gardens and its picturesque riverside towns and villages. Against this timeless landscape, visitors will uncover a unique experience. Exhilarating outdoor adventure, traditional rural life, vibrant shopping and rich cultural heritage come and find pure Ireland, the Carlow way. Enchanting river valleys with a rich agricultural hinterland, a navigable waterway of great charm and the glorious ridges of the Blackstairs Mountains and Killeshin Hills provide an unspoiled environment for the golfer, rider, walker, cyclist and angler. The intimacy of the towns and villages and the warmth of rural Ireland complete the recipe for a unique holiday experience. Carlow is a holiday destination to satisfy the traveller who wishes to discover the essence of a place. Located in the island's sunniest region - the sunny South East, the county is ideally located to explore the Wicklow Mountains, the medieval city of Kilkenny, the Viking settlements which grew into Waterford city and Wexford town and of course, Dublin, Irelands exciting capital city. Source : Carlowtourism.com