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Portarlington period pile straight out of a Jane Austen novel guiding €750,000

19th May, 2019
Cloneyhurke House, Portarlington

Cloneyhurke House in Portarlington, on the border between Laois and Offaly, is a handsome period residence on 56 acres of fertile farmland.

Built some 250 years ago, the impressive pile and stud farm is in the Garryhinch woods area, which formed part of the old 6,000-acre Warburton estate. Back when Offaly and Laois were known generally as the King’s and Queen’s counties respectively, the lands were granted to Sir Henry Bennet, home secretary to King Charles...

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