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A house drenched in ancient history

17th February, 2019
An aerial view of Glaskenny House

Stand in the grounds of Glaskenny House and you look out over a landscape where people have lived for 5,000 years. Proof of that is the Neolithic Glaskenny Cromlech, traditionally a stone monument marking the grave of a giant, or a hero, where druids would have congregated.

The family of the present vendors have lived here for five generations, through good times – and bad – in the 1980s the house was engulfed by a fire....

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