Offaly Towns/Villages with property for sale

15 Eiscir Summer Road, Tullamore, Offaly
Superb 4 bed house (1 ensuite) with south facing back garden that will never be overlooked....
4 3
Oakwood House, Tullamore, Offaly
Lovely 5-bedroom detached bungalow property with 3 bathrooms in St Colmans Terrace, just off the sou...
5 3
Ballysheil R42 NW27, Belmont, Offaly
3 bedroom semi-detached on large site is idyllic area of Ballysheil...
3 1
142 Ballin Ri, Tullamore, Offaly
Beautifully maintained inside and out. The property must be seen to be appreciated....
3 3
Crinkle 4 Bed, Crinkill, Offaly
Large comfortable four bedroom house with adjoining one bedroom apartment central location in quiet ...
4 3
Birr View House, Birr, Offaly
Period 3 Storey House for Sale with Orchard and Lawns also courtyard...
Main Street R42D578, Kilcormac, Offaly
3 bedroomed town house with adjoining workshop on main street, Kilcormac on the N52. Close to all am...
Brackens Petrol Station, Pollagh, Offaly
Petrol Station and 3 Bedroom house located in the picturesqe village of Pollagh in county Offaly, ha...
3 Bed Bungalow at Ard, Geashill, Offaly
Bungalow, on circa 1 acre. 2 Garages on Site, 1: 33x17ft. 2: 31x22ft with Pit for Garage Work and 3...
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Offaly County Description

County Offaly (Irish: Contae U?bh Fhail?) is a county in Leinster, Ireland, bordered by seven other counties: Galway, Roscommon, Westmeath, Meath, Kildare, Laois, and Tipperary. Originally the Kingdom of U? Failghe, it was shired in 1556 by Mary I of England during one of the Plantations of Ireland, it was originally named King's County, after King Philip II of Spain and the county town was Daingean until the nineteenth century.

The southern part of the county is occupied by the Slieve Bloom Mountains, the northwestern part is the floodplain of the River Shannon and the remainder consists of large bogs including the Bog of Allen and Boora Bog.

Birr in the south of the county is best known for its castle and gardens. Birr Castle is owned by the Parsons family, (the family bears the title: Earl of Rosse) and is best known for its 19th century telescope. Before the plantation of modern day Offaly by English settlers, the territories it comprises were controlled principally by the ? Conchubhair F?ilghe clan in the North/East of the county and the ? C?arbhaill of Ely in the south.

The short story writer, novellist and playwright William Trevor (KBE) was born in County Offaly, and raised in County Cork, Irish Free State, and has written of his experiences growing up as a Protestant in that time and place.

Towns in Offaly
Tullamore (County Town) Ballinagar, Ballyboy, Banagher, Birr Cadamstown, Clara, Cloghan, Cloneygowan, Clonbullogue Clonmacnoise, Crinkill, Croghan Hill Daingean Edenderry Ferbane Geashill Horseleap Kilcormac, Killeigh, Killoughey, Kinnitty Moneygall, Mountbolus Portarlington (half of which is in County Laois, the River Barrow forming the county boundary) Rahan, Rhode Shannonbridge, Shannon Harbour, Shinrone Walsh Island

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