Monaghan Property by Town / Suburbs

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3 Houses for for sale in County Monaghan. Displaying ALL Monaghan properties

 Monaghan Town Property

Monaghan Town Townhouse for sale
23 High Street - Monaghan Town - Townhouse
Bedrooms : 4
Price : € 220,000

Large townhouse with large garden ...

 Monaghan Town Property

Monaghan Town Site for sale
Land at Cootehill Road - Monaghan Town - Site

Over 10 acres of development land in the urban area of Monaghan Town. Open to offers. ...

 Carrickmacross Property

Carrickmacross Investment Property for sale
23 O Neil Street - Carrickmacross - Investment Property
Bedrooms : 6
Price : € 275,000

A Large terraced 6 bedroom two storey townhouse with spacious enclosed rear yard and garden in a prime location ...


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County Monaghan - Description

County Monaghan’s undulating countryside is a relaxing haven of lakes, gentle hills, farmhouses and market towns. Scenic and peaceful, Monaghan is the perfect destination for the keen angler, hiker and golfer. The celebrated Irish poet Patrick Kavanagh, who drew much of his inspiration from the Monaghan countryside, was a native of the village of Inniskeen. A county of great cultural and artistic wealth, Monaghan boasts several Bronze Age megalithic sites and pre-historic remains such as the Tullyrain Ring Fort near Shantonagh in the south of the county. Carrickmacross is renowned for its traditional crafts, especially lace-making. The Lough Muckno Leisure Park in Castleblayney offers attractive lakeside and woodland trails as well as tennis, canoeing, sailing, water-skiing and horse-riding. Monaghan Town and Clones, County Monaghan Monaghan's county town lies to the northwest of the county, and is a thriving agricultural centre with an impressive cathedral and courthouse. The County Museum is located there, and the Patrick Kavanagh Literary Resource Centre is nearby. Clones is famous for its crochet lace industry, and also as the hometown of the boxer, Barry McGuigan - the 'Clones Cyclone'. It has an interesting 11th century high cross, and a round tower. [Source :]