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Property Watch: The five most expensive properties currently for sale in Laois

This week for Property Watch, we take a look at some of the most pricey properties the county has to offer.

And they range in value from €700,000 to an eye-watering €20 million and they take in properties in Durrow, Abbeyleix, Portarlington and Killenard.

Dun Muire, Killenard

Sherry Fitzgerald Hyland are currently offering this family residence to the public. It provides over 3,800 sq ft of living space along with a self contained apartment. It is located a mere five minutes from Portarlington train station, 15 minutes from Kildare Village and has easy access to the M7 and M8 motorways.

The property comprises an entrance hall, utility room, sitting room, study, kitchen, dining room, snug, five bedrooms, three bathrooms and a separate apartment containing a bedroom, a kitchen/living room and a bathroom.

Guide price: €700,000

Lea House, Portarlington

This Georgian style house is being brought to the public eye by Savills Country Homes. It is conveniently near to the M7 motorway and other local amenities as well as nearby towns; Ballybrittas, Monasterevin and Killenard.

The residence dates all the way back to 1826 and contains six bedrooms and four bathrooms. It also has a basement that would be suitable for someone to reside in. The grounds themselves are of a mature landscape and feature two paddocks toward the side of the house.

Guide price: €700,000

Archerstown Lodge, Durrow

This house, on the market with DNG Ella Dunphy, is located just a few minutes from Durrow Village. This give it access to amenities such as shops, schools and pubs.

The house contains four bedrooms in total and six bathrooms. It consists of an entrance hall, kitchen, utility room, dining and sitting room, sunroom, office, home gym, recreational room, garage and stables.

Guide price: €850,000

The Ballagh, Durrow

This unique property located in Durrow is being sold by Willem Geurtsen. It’s located on a c. 3.25 acre site and provides amazing views all of all over south-east Laois.

It is a four-bedroom two-bathroom house that is in a location that is not only private and secluded but also has access to all of the local amenities that Durrow has to offer, such as pubs, shops and a school.

Guide price: €1,055,000

Abbey Leix Estate, Abbeyleix

This 18th century mansion located in Abbeyleix is on the market with Ireland Sotheby’s International Realty. The estate stretches over more than 1,000 acres. The mansion is augmented by 10 lodges and cottages on the estate. The mansion is three storeys high and comprises 26,910 sq ft.

A stud farm is positioned in the garden and features some cut stone buildings. The yard contains 24 loose boxes. A separate farmyard has a range of farm sheds. Positioned centrally within the estate the house is quiet and private, the wooded drive being circa 1 mile long.

Guide price: €20,000,000

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