Kerry Towns/Villages with property for sale

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Haven House, Caherciveen, Kerry
3 bed cosy and compact private country bungalow set in a tranquil setting....
3 1
€150,000
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Bungalow at Rossdohan, Sneem, Kerry
Beautiful large Sunny house in Rossdohan...
7 4
€385,000
Bungalow at Gleanlea, Ballyheigue, Kerry
Beautiful bungalow with excellent beautifully garden back and front...
3 2
Ocean View, Caherciveen, Kerry
6 Bed B&B with separate 1 Bedroom apartment. Situated in stunning area...
6 8
€375,000
Jacks Bakery and Deli, Killorglin, Kerry
Award winning bakery and deli situated in the heart of Killorglin on the Ring of Kerry and the Wild ...
3 2
€550,000
Duagh Cottage, Duagh, Kerry
Unique period cottage on over 3/4 acre with breathtaking views....
2 1
€115,000
Tig Tadgheen, Kells, Kerry
Detached Farmhouse and Barns with field. Site nearly 2 acres. Ideal Self Sufficiency, Smallholding, ...
2 2
€119,000
Site at Toornanaunagh, Kilcummin, Kerry
1/2 acre site at Toornanaunagh ,Kilcummin approximately 12km from Kilarney town....
€35,000
Muingwee, Knocknagoshel, Kerry
Rural but accessible detached Equestrian Property with 9 large stables and an indoor school on 7 acr...
3 1
€250,000
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County Area Description

County Kerry, traditionally known as the 'kingdom', is situated in the extreme south-west of Ireland. Kerry has two contrasting types of terrain - the mountainous south with the Beara, Iveragh and Dingle peninsulas, and the smaller 'plains' area that stretches as far north as the Shannon estuary. Along the coast, sandy bays alternate with cliffs and rocky headlands. You'll also see regions of outstanding scenic beauty, such as the Ring of Kerry. Why not explore this beautiful country with a rail and coach tour? The drive from Tralee to Brandon is spectacular, and in the Brandon Art Gallery, the beauty of Kerry's scenery is captured in a collection of stunning oil paintings. From Brandon, you can walk over the Conor Pass to Dingle - or simply climb Mount Brandon to experience raw beauty at its best. However, scenery is by no means Kerry's only attraction; there are many coastal resorts with excellent angling, great cycling, superb golf courses and a wealth of ancient monuments. Tralee and Killarney, County Kerry Tralee, the bustling capital town of County Kerry, is home to the internationally renowned 'Rose of Tralee' festival, held every August. Tralee has great recreational facilities and a well-preserved 18th century port. Killarney, Kerry's second town, offers good shops and restaurants, and is situated within easy reach of some of the most beautiful countryside in Ireland, with mountains, island-studded lakes and wooded glens. [Source : Countykerry.com]

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