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Louth Towns/Villages with property for sale

25 Doylesfort Grove, Dundalk, Louth
Attractive highly desirable 4 bedroom family home with garage and mature award winning gardens and l...
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7 Mill Lane, Drogheda, Louth
Beautiful refurbished small terraced house. Looking for cash buyers. ...
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14 Gort Na Mara, Blackrock, Louth
Ready to move into 3 bed Duplex in Blackrock, Louth. Ideal as Investment or for First time Buyers....
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8 Market Court, Carlingford, Louth
Modern 2 bed apartment in gated apartment block, private parking, 2mins to village centre...
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13 Clos Aodhan, Dundalk, Louth
Very well maintained duplex apartment located in one of the main towns of the East Coast of Ireland....
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35 Beauparc, Blackrock, Louth
2 Bedroom House for Sale in Blackrock, Dundalk. Beautiful location. Great investment opportunity. Re...
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Dormer at Boycetown, Togher, Louth
Beautiful country house with great views....
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57 Irish Street, Ardee, Louth
Town Centre ideal Investment property of two joined houses plus large gardens with dual road frontag...
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County Area Description

Known as the 'wee county', County Louth covers an area of only 317 square miles. It runs northwards from the River Boyne to the dramatic scenery around Carlingford Lough. In north Louth, beside Dundalk Bay, lies the mountainous Cooley Peninsula. County Louth was the scene of important events throughout the ages and many chapters of Ireland's history are illustrated by the county's numerous archaeological sites and relics from the past. Near Dundalk, a 60 foot mound called Dun Dealgan is reputed to be the birthplace of the legendary hero Cuchulain. Dundalk and Drogheda, County Louth Dundalk is the county town of Louth. This busy manufacturing centre is a great base for pursuing a range of activities including nature walks, salmon and trout fishing, golf and horse riding. Dundalk has good nightlife and a greyhound track, and is home town of one of the most successful rock bands of the nineties - The Corrs. Historic Drogheda on the River Boyne is a bustling port town with excellent pubs and a good live music scene, with a Samba festival during the summer. It's known as the "Gateway to the Boyne Valley" - two of Irelands most famous tourist attractions, the passage tombs at Newgrange and Knowth, are just a few miles away. [Source : countylouth.com]

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