Leitrim Towns/Villages with property for sale
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Apartment 4B, Dromod, Leitrim
Superb spacious waterside apartment with external balcony in the Shannon Cove development in the wat...
Knockacullion Equestrian Property, Aghacashel, Leitrim
Equestrian small holding. Beautiful country property situated in a stunning location on the foothill...
Site at Corlough, Drumshanbo, Leitrim
Site for sale beautiful views,,lake access, nature area,,mountain walks and blue way close by...
7 Lisnagot, Carrick on Shannon, Leitrim
Detached cottage, with 2 one bedroom apartments, upstairs and downstairs....
Aughavas, Aughavas, Leitrim
4 bedroom, 3 bathroom, living room, huge kitchen house, a spacious garage, 15 acres of land and a co...
Commerical Property Main Street, Mohill, Leitrim
This imposing 3 story property is situated right in the town centre, The property has exceptional ...
Cully Cottage, Ballinamore, Leitrim
Stunning property designed from Laura Ashley Products with Dorma Bed Linen....
Clenahoo House, Carrick on Shannon, Leitrim
Opportunity to purchase a private residence in the vibrant town of Carrick-on-Shannon, Co. Leitrim. ...
Neds Cottage, Newtowngore, Leitrim
Full renovated character stone cottage farmhouse on 25 acres of farmland. ...
County Leitrim is situated in the North Western part of Central Ireland between 53º 48' and 54º20' North latitude and 7º35' and 8º24' West longitude. It is bounded on the North by Donegal Bay and County Donegal; on the North and East by Counties Fermanagh and Cavan; on the South by County Longford and on the South-West and West by Counties Roscommon and Sligo. It is a border County located on the periphery of the European Community and occupies an area of 1,876 km (613 sq. miles).
Population: 25,815 (2002 Census)
County Leitrim is divided by Lough Allen into two distinctive topographical areas. The Northern half is characterised by mesa mountains and large lakes, with deep glacial valleys radiating from the centre of the land mass to form a spectacularly scenic landscape. The Southern half is typical drumlin country exhibiting the landform and soil type which is the product of retreating glacial masses. Close-packed drumlins and small lakes abound. The River Shannon with its associated lake systems, forms the County’s South-West boundary with County Roscommon; Donegal Bay touches the Northern extremity of the County in a three mile coastline.
[Source : Leitrim.ie]