8 Houses for for sale in County Laois. Displaying ALL Laois properties

 Emo Property

Emo Dormer Bungalow for sale
Morette - Emo - Dormer Bungalow
Bedrooms : 5
Price : € 595,000

Beautiful detached dormer bungalow in idyllic location within 2 min drive to motorway and 40 min drive to dublin ...

 Portlaoise Property

Portlaoise Townhouse for sale
6 Castlemews - Portlaoise - Townhouse
Bedrooms : 2
Price : € 175,000

2 bedroom townhouse in lovely condition, all amenities nearby and producing rental income. ...

 Killenard Property

Killenard Detached House for sale
1 Killenard Lodge - Killenard - Detached House
Bedrooms : 5
Price : € 470,000

Detached 5 bed in Killenard Village, all amenties nearby and 55 mins to Dublin on M7 ...

 Portlaoise Property

Portlaoise Cottage for sale
The Lodge - Portlaoise - Cottage
Bedrooms : 3
Price : € 225,000

2/3 bed refurbished character laden Cottage, adjacent to motorway and Portlaoise, 45 mins from M50 ...

 Rathdowney Property

Rathdowney Semi Detached House for sale
6 Erkina Court - Rathdowney - Semi Detached House
Bedrooms : 3
Price : € 250,000

Large garden, large fitted kitchen, oil central heating, timber floors through out ,double glazed windows ...

 Ballylynan Property

Ballylynan Commercial Property for sale
Unit 1 Rahin Wood - Ballylynan - Commercial Property
Price : € 25,000

Commercial Unit to let or for sale. ...

 Ballylynan Property

Ballylynan Country House for sale
Parkhill - Ballylynan - Country House
Bedrooms : 6
Price : € 295,000

Situated close to Ballyadams national school and church. 0.75acrc mature site. ...

 Vicarstown Property

Vicarstown Detached House for sale
6 Bed Detached House at Courtwood - Vicarstown - Detached House
Bedrooms : 6
Price : € 595,000

Large detached house for sale at Courtwood, Vicarstown on 3.2 acres, 5-6 bedrooms, 2 sitting rooms, 4 en-suites, Conservatory, 3500sq ft. ...


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County Laois - Description

County Laois, also spelt Laoighis or Leix (Irish: Contae Laoise), is a county in the midlands of Ireland. It is situated in the province of Leinster. Created in 1556 by Mary I of England as Queen's County, Laois received its present Irish language name following the Irish War of Independence. Portlaoise (previously Maryborough) is the county town. Laois was the subject of two Plantations or colonisations by English settlers. Neither plantation was fully successful due to a lack of tenants and because of continuous raids and attacks by the O' Mores. Finally, the county became home to a community of French Huguenots in the 1690s, who were settled in Ireland after their service to William of Orange in the Williamite war in Ireland. In addition to this, large numbers of Quakers settled in Mountmellick and developed the area. The county was renamed in the early 1920s, following a competition. The population of County Laois is expanding rapidly, given its easy commute to Dublin and affordable housing in pleasant surroundings. In the 2006 census the population had increased by 14% to 67,000 people. Source : [Wikipedia.org]