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Period Property For Sale in Ireland There are period properties for sale all over Ireland, including castles, churches, barns, mills, Georgian and Victorian houses, schoolhouses, railway stations, farmhouses, cottages, and other old buildings with character.

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Click here for full details Ballyclough House is a character country property set in a peaceful rural position a short distance from Fermoy and within easy reach of Cork City and Airport.The accommodation includes three bedrooms, sitting room, dining room and kitchen. Click here for full details Ballygriggan House is an imposing country house property which has been much improved and extended in recent years.Set in an idyllic rural setting in the rolling farmland of north County Cork, the property commands delightful aspects with far reaching views over the surrounding countryside. Click here for full details Built by the Baldwin family in c.1860, Lissardagh House is an impressive example of typical middle-sized country houses of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.It was erected by the powerful De Burgo family who historically controlled a huge swathe of territory across Mayo and Galway.Click here for full details An incredible example of an authentic and medieval Irish castle dating back to the late 1400s before America was even 'discovered'.Click here for full details This is a truly stunning old world four bedroom detached family home with all the benefits of modern living while capturing the character and charm of bygone days.

The exterior is a natural stone finish and there is an elevated patio area with a view of the river.

The two-storey house was converted from the former coaching houses and stables of the original Ballymagooly House, a three storey over basement bow-ended house, demolished in the 1960s...

Click here for full details Enjoying a delightful position set among the fields to the north of Ballygriggan House this two-story house was completely restored from a ruin in 2004 and sits on 13 acres in a delightful rural setting on the river Awbeg.

The cottage has 3 bedrooms, a fully fitted kitchen and a living area...

Click here for full details Approached by entrance piers with electric iron gates and gravel driveway leading to a forecourt, Macloneigh House is well-situated only 3 km from Macroom yet tucked away off a side-road in a private and secluded setting surrounded by many mature trees.

This is one of the last remaining inhabitable medieval castles left standing in Ireland.