Esales Property ID: es5553573
Here we present an excellent plot of land in one of the most sought-after areas for development right now in Ireland.
26 acres of land for sale. This attractive property is well located and convenient to Moyne, Aughnacliffe, Arva, and Drumlish while Longford Town and and Cavan are a 30 minutes’ drive away. The land has road frontage which previously had planning permission granted for two bungalows ten years ago, also ot has an old 4 bedroom 2 storey stone house which is in need of full restoration along with a traditional stone yard, and stone stables, electricity mains water and well water on site, also covered on mature trees, total land area 105219m2
Folio Number L19869F
About the Area
County Longford is a county in Ireland. It is in the province of Leinster. It is named after the town of Longford. Longford County Council is the local authority for the county. One of the gems of Ireland’s lush midlands, County Longford displays much of its early history for curious visitors. It boasts an abundance of Early Christian and medieval monasteries (including Abbeylara, Ardagh, Abbeyshrule and Saints Island, the latter nestled on the banks of Lough Ree). But a real historical highlight is the preserved remains of a wooden Iron Age bog road (Europe’s largest, no less) at the Corlea Trackway Visitor Centre in Kenagh – an extraordinary find that dates back to 148BC!
Longford’s past and present really come together in its festivals. Head to The Marquee in Drumlish where every August some of Ireland’s best-known country music stars come together for a four-day event of live top-tapping music.
If you prefer the idea of engaging in creative writing workshops and poetry competitions then Longford’s summertime literary festivals are definitely worth a look! Every June The Goldsmith International Literary Festival takes place to pay homage to the literary genius Oliver Goldsmith, or try the Edgeworth Literary Festival held in Edgeworthstown every May where there is a hive of activity promised to entertain the whole family.
For an entirely different take on Irish culture, make your way to the Sean Óg Set Dancing Festival, held in Longford town in November. Set dancing is a kind of court dance involving four couples moving in a “set”. It might sound orderly, but the athleticism and passion of the spectacle has to be seen to be believed. People in the know come from all over to admire the skills on display. Are you and your friends bold enough to take your place (and your chances) in a set? The competition is fierce. But so is the fun.
• 105219 m2 of land for development
• Excellent location close to many amenities
• Stunning views.
• Huge Potential in the rental market if developed on.
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