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Killin Park House hits the market for €680,000

A period home dating back to the 1800s has gone on the market on the outskirts of Dundalk. Killin Park House is a three storey Georgian country house set amidst

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New housing development planned on site where Irene White was murdered

Plans have been drawn up for a new housing development in Dundalk, part of which would be located on the site of the now demolished Ice House where local woman

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Louth house prices could jump by almost €30,000 by the end of 2018 – predict Goodbody

The average price of a property in Co Louth could soar by almost €30,000 by the end of next year. That’s according to a new report from Goodbody Stockbrokers which

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Two Dundalk properties sold at Allsop auction

Two Dundalk properties sold at the Allsop online auction yesterday. A 70sqm two bed third floor apartment at 18 O’Hare’s Mill in Nicholas Street, pictured above, sold for above its €60,000

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Just one property in Dundalk available to rent to those in receipt of state housing benefits

All bar one property available to rent in Dundalk at present is beyond the reach of people dependent on state housing benefits. That’s according to a new study from the

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One of the area’s most unique homes goes on the market in Blackrock

One of the area’s most unique homes has gone on the market in Blackrock. 1 Hamilton Lane on the Rock Road in Blackrock is up for sale with local estate

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One of Dundalk’s best known bars The Jockey’s up for sale

One of Dundalk’s best known bars, The Jockey’s, is to be sold. Current owners Sean and Anita Kelly are set to retire and have placed the Anne Street premises up

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Second phase of homes at Mount Hamilton launches this weekend

The second phase of the Mount Hamilton development on the Carrick Road will launch this weekend. There has been huge interest in the 2, 3 and 4 bed homes currently

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Average house price in Dundalk now stands at €162,835

The average house price in Dundalk now stands at €162,835. That’s according to the Central Statistics Office’s latest Residential Property Price Index for March 2017, released today. This is slightly

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Stunning new build in Blackrock hits the market

A stunning new home in Blackrock has just gone on the market this week with local agents Blue Sky Property. 12 Hamilton Avenue, off the Rock Road, is a newly

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Louth rents rise the largest amount nationally to just shy of €1,000 per month

The average rent in Co Louth is now just shy of €1,000 a month. That’s according to the latest Daft.ie Rental Report for Q1 2017 which was released today. The

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Second phase of Mount Hamilton development to launch next weekend

The second phase of the Mount Hamilton development on the Carrick Road will launch next weekend. There has been huge interest in the 2, 3 and 4 bed homes currently

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The Language Place eyeing up new premises

The Language Place school could be headed for a new premises. Currently based in Francis Street, owners Richard and Annemarie Keogh have applied to Louth County Council for planning permission

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Dundalk Dog Rescue submit planning application for new dog rescue centre

Dundalk Dog Rescue have submitted their planning application for their new dog rescue centre to Louth County Council. They are seeking to construct the one-of-a-kind facility at Whiterath in Dromiskin.

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Bus Éireann depot in Dundalk amongst sites earmarked for new homes by Government

A number of local sites have been included on a new land map published by the Department of Housing show over 700 sites across the country due to be developed