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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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Monaghan Office

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Pauline McAnespie
087 2473806

Tel: 047-81405
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  • Rockcorry is a picturesque village on the Monaghan to Cootehill. The village developed as a result of the linen industry, which was founded by the Corr family. An obelisk-style monument, situated between Cootehill and Rockcorry, was erected by local electors in honour of the 18th c. MP Richard Dawson. He was returned to five successive parliaments.
  • In the mid 1800s the village became part of the Dartry estate and boasted a brewery and a thriving milling industry. Tanagh Outdoor Recreation Centre sits at the heart of the Dromore water system adjoining Dartrey forest.
    Many fine buildings were constructed at the time – one being the market house / court house.
    In the 1950s 60s and 70s Rockcorry was the entertainment capital of Monaghan
  • Today is active tidy towns committee and vibrant community spirit are enhancing the village and its environs on an ongoing basis
  • Rockcorry has an active GAA community, historic buildings, two primary schools, supermarket, pub and all amenities.
  • Property offered for sale in the area includes new build and second hand homes, town houses and apartments to let and for sale. Single sites and various plots of agricultural land.



  • Roslea is a small rural town on the eastern edge of Co Fermanagh
  • The town is built on the Finn River and is surrounded by a myriad of small fishing lakes.
  • Roslea boasts a new community controlled heritage centre and there are numerous heritage clubs and communities in the catchment area.
  • Developed walks in Roslea Forest are enjoyed by residents and visitors alike.
  • Monaghan Enniskillen and Cavan are located short drive distances from this border town.


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