Longford Towns/Villages with property for sale
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Viburnum House, Lanesborough, Longford
Contemporary, modern, sleek, impeccable, meticulous attention to detail. Centre Parcs (27 minutes) a...
13 Ardnacassa Avenue, Longford Town, Longford
5 beds semi-detached house for sale....
91 Grian Ard, Longford Town, Longford
3 bedroom semi detached home. 1 main bathroom. Front and rear garden with parking. Situated in ideal...
16 Cluain Caonach, Keenagh, Longford
3 large bedrooms , ofch and solid fuel stove, secure back garden large kitchen diner and utility...
26 Ard Michael, Longford Town, Longford
Three bed semi detached, built in 2008, family bathroom, kitchen dining room, en suite bedroom, gr...
Casa Madiera, Longford Town, Longford
Magnificent Family home, Detached 4 bed 3 bathroom plus Annex on 6.515 acres of land....
31 The Mill Clondra, Clondra, Longford
Tarmonbarry & Clondra boating enthusiasts love this area. A beautiful large detached 4 bedroom (2 en...
Lisnanagh Bungalow, Edgeworthstown, Longford
2 bed bungalow for sale with 2.2 acres of land...
4 Bed Gurteenclareen, Ballymahon, Longford
4 bedroom bungalow on over 1/2 acre site. Large kitchen breakfast area. OFCH, Master ensuite, Good s...
One of the loveliest of the Irish midland counties, County Longford lies in the Shannon basin and the upper catchment area of the River Erne. Longford is famous for its excellent fishing. Head for the lovely town of Lanesborough and the area around Lough Ree to enjoy some great angling. Attractions in Longford include the heritage village of Ardagh, built in the 1860s to a Swiss design, and the recently discovered Old Bog Road, an Iron Age trackway of large oak planks in a bog at Corlea. The true beauty of Longford lies in its pleasant views - it is a quiet countryside of farmlands, bog and the occasional low hill. An ideal spot for a get-away-from-it-all relaxing break. Longford Town, County Longford Longford's County Town, situated on the banks of the Camlin River, acts as an administrative centre for the area, and is spaciously laid out, with pleasant wide streets. A Dominican friary was founded there in 1400. St Mel's Cathedral, a 19th century Renaissance building, is worth visiting. Longford is also the site of the County Museum. [Source : CountyLongford.com]