Cork Towns/Villages with property for sale
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Cluain Mara, Skibbereen, Cork
Built in 1987 Cluain Mara functioned as a B&B until 2014. It overlooks North Harbour. Ready for imme...
Coronet, Banteer, Cork
Five bedroom family house with bright and airy rooms as well as large gardens and stables...
Cois na hAbhainn, Durrus, Cork
Lovely family home surrounded by trees and gardens, giving complete privacy, yet only two minutes wa...
37 Beecher Street, Mallow, Cork
2 bedroomed property in an excellent location in the town of Mallow. Great location in central mid ...
Derrylehard Cottage, Ballydehob, Cork
Converted old Stone farm house,with out buldings Conversion is on going.
All the contents is includ...
Ravenswood, Skibbereen, Cork
Detached 5 bed landmark residence of character with large mature garden and separate studio a short ...
Cloughland, Bere Island, Cork
Derelict Cottage with beautiful views of Bantry Bay...
Old Schoolhouse, Rockchapel, Cork
Traditional stone built schoolhouse on 0.5acres, easy reach of local village school etc. Ideal 3 bed...
10 Ard Na Greine, Bantry, Cork
4 bed semi detached, main bedroom en suite...
County Cork (Irish: Contae Chorcaí) is the most southwesterly and the largest of the modern counties of Republic of Ireland. Cork is nicknamed "The Rebel County".
In more recent times, the name has referred to the prominent role Cork played in the Irish War of Independence (1919-1921) and its position as an anti-treaty stronghold during the Irish Civil War (1922-23). Attractions include the Blarney Stone and Cobh (formerly Queenstown), the port where many Irish emigrants boarded for their voyage to the United States, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, or South Africa and also the last stop of the Titanic, before departing on its doomed journey. The city of Cork is the second largest city in the Republic of Ireland and capital of the province of Munster.