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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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  • Scotshouse, located just outside Clones, is a village with an historic past. Remnants of an ancient border - the Black Pigs Dyke run through here and it is the birthplace of Arthur Griffiths.
  • There are two historic graveyards in the village - Drum Swords and Magheratemple
  • Scotshouse is close to the border with Co Cavan and Co Fermanagh



  • Scotstown village is situated about 5km to the north west of Monaghan town.It is a thriving village noted for football and furniture and remembered for fairs.
  • The Scotstown area is home to Tydavnet Parish Show which has been an annual event in 1952.
  • The Parish Church (urbleshanny), the Canon Gilsenan Memorial Park, the G.A.A. ground/Sports Complex and
  • Hollywood Lake are all in close proximity to the village. Rally School Ireland and success in Irish Music circles have also brought Scotstown to the fore on the national and international stage in recent years.
  • Scotstown has two furniture manufacturers, providing the most significant employment source directly within the village. It also has three Public Houses, a small grocery shop/post office, a pharmacy and several other small retail outlets.



  • The village of Smithboro is situated on the main Clones/Monaghan road.
  • It is named after William Smith who established monthly fairs here in the 1750s.
  • Oscar Wilde’s half sisters were tragically burned at Drumaconnor House, which is close to the village.
    Today the village boars many small industries and new housing developments.
  • The Irish name for Smithboro is ‘Na Mullai’ which means ‘the heights.’
  • Smithboro boxing club is proud to be host club of former World Champion Boxer Barry McGuigan. Property offered for sale in the area includes new build and second hand homes, single sites and various plots of agricultural land.


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