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Where To buy

In order to help you to understand our area we have put together some information about the towns and locations in County Monaghan, including an overview of the property market. So whatever your requirements, including:

  • Houses for sale
  • Homes for sale
  • Property to rent
  • Commercial offices & retail shops
  • Land & Agrigicultural property

Contact Pauline McAnespie at GM Properties, Monaghan, the local estate agent.

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Pauline McAnespie
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Tel: 047-81405
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  • Situated along the Monaghan to Ballybay road, Ardaghy offers community rural living yet close to the towns of Monaghan and Ballybay.
  • There is primary school education with Rackwallace national school with transport links to secondary schools in Ballybay and Monaghan.
  • Ardaghy church and community centre take pride of place in Ardaghy.
  • Property offered for sale in Ardaghy includes individual new build and second hand homes, single sites and various plots of agricultural land.



  • Augher is a busy little town nestled in the historic Clogher Valley in South Tyrone.
  • Built on the river Blackwater and with numerous lakes in the locality, it attracts fishing enthusiasts annually.
  • The hill of Knockmany is just outside the town and the Cairn of Queen Anya on its summit is over 2000 years old.
  • Nearby too is Altadavin, the site of St. Patrick’s Chair and Well. Mystical powers are attributed to this picturesque glen.
  • A typical plantation castle – Spur Royal Castle is to the west of the town. It was bult in 1615 on the site of an older fortress.



  • Aughnacloy is situated on the Monaghan/Tyrone border on the main Dublin/Derry road
  • It is famous for its open markets, which are held on the first and third Wednesday of every month. Its exceptionally wide main street lends itself admirably to the erection of stalls offering a wide variety of goods.
  • The Parish Church dates from 1763 and the Roman Catholic Church has an unusual tall tower.
  • St. Mary's primary school, Aughnacloy high school and Aughnacloy primary school are located within the town while transport links are provided to schools in nearby Ballygawley and Dungannon.
  • around Augnacloy is an angler’s paradise and the still existent station house was once the headquarters of the Clogher Valley Railway.



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