Sligo Towns/Villages with property for sale

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21 Marella, Enniscrone, Sligo
Detached 3 Bed House in Seaside Village...
3 3
€270,000
29 Marella, Inishcrone, Sligo
Beautiful 4 bedroom detached Bungalow...
4 3
€325,000
Fortland, Easkey, Sligo
Beautiful Home on the Atlantic Coast...
3 1
€145,000
Seaview Cottage, Dromard, Sligo
Situated in Skreen our Stunning Cottage is spacious, beautiful and bright. It offers a perfect balan...
3 1
€365,000
Lodge Farm, Ballinafad, Sligo
Beautiful 7 bedroom 8 private restored farmhouse, ready to run as a bnb or holiday home. 2 additiona...
9 10
€625,000
60 Woodstream, Coolaney, Sligo
Modern residential property located c. 20 km from Sligo town centre Woodstream is an established de...
3 3
€91,000
Ar Teach Beag, Castlegal, Sligo
Detached on 8 Acres Ocean And Mountain Views 10 Minute Drive From Bundoran and 30 Mins from Enniskil...
3 2
€285,000
Old Schoolhouse, Boyle, Sligo
Detached period stone built country house circa 1910 in excellent condition located in small village...
4 4
€250,000
Carnduff Farm and Cottage, Cliffony, Sligo
Two bedroom cottage, hygienic food processing area, 3 acres of land with polytunnels and separate ch...
2 1
€280,000
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Sligo County Description

County Sligo (Irish: Contae Shligigh; lit. Shelly River) is a county in the province of Connacht in the west of the Republic of Ireland. Area: 1,836 km? (709 square miles). Sligo is bordered to the west by Mayo, to the south by Roscommon, and the east by Leitrim. County Sligo has a strong history of traditional music. The south of the county is particularly noted with such musical luminaries as James Morrison, Michael Coleman, Paddy Killoran, the band Dervish and tin-whistle player Carmel Gunning. The county has many traditional music festivals and one of the most well known is the Queen Maeve International Summer School, a traditional Irish Music summer school of music and dance which is held annually in August in Sligo Town. On the more contemporary music scene you have Westlife, Tabby Callaghan and The Conway Sisters who are from Sligo. Strandhill, about 9km west of Sligo, hosts the Strandhill Guitar Festival [1]each year, featuring a wide varierty of guitar music and musicians. The poet and Nobel laureate W. B. Yeats (1865-1939) spent much of his childhood in northern Sligo and the county's landscapes (particularly the Isle of Innisfree, in Lough Gill) were the inspiration for much of his poetry. Yeats said, "the place that has really influenced my life most is Sligo." The megalithic cemetery landscape of Carrowmore is located in County Sligo. The county town is Sligo (population: 17,892 [2]), which is home to the Institute of Technology, Sligo. Towns & Villages in County sligo : Achonry, Aclare Ballaghnatrillick, Ballinafad, Ballintogher, Ballymote, Ballysadare, Banada, Beltra Carney, Castlebaldwin, Cliffony, Cloonacool Collooney, Coolaney, Dromore West, Drumcliffe Easkey Geevagh, Grange, Gurteen Inishcrone Kilglass, Keash Monasteraden, Mullaghmore Riverstown, Rosses Point Skreen, Sligo, Strandhill Tourlestrane, Tubbercurry [Source : Wikipedia.org]

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