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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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Pauline McAnespie
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Tel: 047-81405
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  • Threemilehouse Community centre is a superb centre and is host to many a major event.
  • Church and primary school on the hill overlook the village.
  • Surrounding lakes provide fishing and wildlife, Road bowls is a popular sport in Threemilehouse.
  • Property offered for sale in Threemilehouse include new build and second hand homes, single sites and various plots of agricultural land.



  • Errigal Truagh is the most Northerly parish in County Monaghan with the River Blackwater forming the boundary with County Tyrone. At present there are four village nuclei, Carrickroe, Ballyoisin, Clara and Mullen Mill, with three Catholic Church’s and a Church of Ireland Church. Mullen Mill was an old 19th century Mill village and at the moment is being restored to its former glory by a local business man Michael Treanor. There are three primary schools in the parish and a rural transport service.
  • Errigal Truagh nestles at the foot of the Sliabh Beagh upland bog mountain range. This is the most Easterly upland bog in Ireland being home to many protected flora and fauna species, including the hen harrier and white fronted Greenland geese. This is a wonderful area to walk in and is peppered with small lakes suitable for trout fishing. The drinking water for the parish is supplied from Lough Mor, and reaches the very highest environmental standards.
  • There are plans at the moment to establish an 18 hole championship golf course at the favour royal estate just across the border in County Tyrone, with one hole in the parish of Truagh. On completion this course will establish the parish on the Tourist map and encourage people from all over the World to pay the parish a visit. For more information on Truagh, visit 



  • A picturesque village about 6km North West of Monaghan town, approximately 6 miles from the border with Northern Ireland Co Tyrone and Co Fermanagh.
  • Named after St. Dympna, Tydavnet (House of Dympna) is noted for its cut limestone church (RC), its ancient graveyard and its community spirit.
  • The community centre on the outskirts of the village is home to many diverse activities all year round. There is a modern primary school, two public houses and a post office/supermarket serving the community.
  • Property for sale in Tydavnet include new build and second hand houses, single sties and various plots of agricultural land.  For more info on the scenic area of Sliabh Beagh visit



  • Tyholland is situated north east of Monaghan town, close to the border with Co Armagh.
  • The area is mainly agricultural with a number of small businesses working very successfully. 
  • Tyholland is also the home to Monaghan Mushrooms
  • Property offered for sale in the area includes both new build and second hand, rural and village with a number of independent commercial enterprises.


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