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Cloonart North, Bornacoola, Co. Leitrim

Property Overview:
  • For Sale by Private Treaty

Overall Floor Area: 240 Sq. Metres (2,583 Sq. Feet)

Property Description:

5 Bedroom Dormer Bungalow and Detached Garage. Presented in Superb condition just off the N4 Dublin – Sligo Road. The house is situated in an idyllic rural location c. 6 km North of Newtownforbes and c. 11km from Longford Town. This house has been finished to a very high specification with a bright modern style and is in ‘walk in’ condition. The house has a total floor area of c. 240 sq. meters (2,583 Sq.Ft.) there is oil fired central heating with underfloor and radiators, there is a central vacuum system. There are solid oak wood doors and joinery throughout. The house is ideal for entertaining the large sitting room and double doors opening out on to bright entrance hall. From here glass bricks look into the kitchen with oak built in units, large breakfast island, integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher, elec. cooker, and gas hobb & extractor fan. The kitchen is open to the dining area creating a large space that looks out onto the garden through glass double doors. Off the kitchen there is a spacious utility room plumbed for washing machine and dryer. Upstairs the spacious master bedroom is ensuite with walk in wardrobe. The bedrooms on the first floor make most of the dormer space available. Outside there is a large deck area on the south westerly aspect of the garden and there is a large double garage. There is also an additional paddock area to the rear of the garden.

SERVICES: OFCH (Underfloor & Rads), Mains Water, Septic tank, Imagine LTE broadband in area


GPS: 53.808, -7.881

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New legal documents could solve National Maternity Hospital row


It’s hoped legal documents – which have yet to be completed – could solve the ownership furore over the new National Maternity Hospital.

The board of the St. Vincent’s Healthcare Group is due to meet this evening, after the Board of Holles St voted last night to reaffirm its commitment to the deal.

The agreement confirms the facility is to be built at St. Vincent’s in Dublin and owned by the Sisters of Charity – but will have full clinical and financial independence enshrined in its memorandum and other legal documents.

Holles St board member Mícheál Mac Donncha voted against the motion last night – but says the paperwork could be the key to solving the row.

John James (Jack) Greene


John James (Jack) Greene.

Ruane, Kilglass, Co. Roscommon.

Wednesday, April, 26th at Portiuncula hospital, Ballinasloe, peacefully.

Sadly missed by his wife Liz, sisters Chrissie McLoughlin (Knockhall) and Evelyn Reynolds (Dromod) and the late Michéal, stepchildren, relatives and friends.

Reposing at Leavy’s funeral home, Scramogue tomorrow (Fri) from half past five until eight o’clock, with removal to Sacred Heart church, Kilglass arriving at half past eight.

Funeral mass on (Sat) at twelve noon with burial afterwards in Kilglass new cemetery.


Roscommon man takes top role in League of Credit Unions


A Roscommon man has been appointed as the vice-president of the Irish League of Credit Unions.

Gerry Thompson, the vice-chairman of Roscommon Credit Union, received the office for two years at the league’s annual general meeting in the Dublin last weekend.

There are 434 credit unions affiliated with the ILCU, with 339 in the Republic and 95 in the North.

Gerry Thompson, from Ballyleague, is delighted with his appointment.


Public meeting later to discuss south Longford windfarm project


A public meeting will be held in Lanesboro tonight about the controversial wind farm proposed for south Longford.

The event is being organised by a local group that’s completely opposed to the 28-turbine development.


Bord na Móna intends lodging a planning application this summer to build 28 wind turbines across cutaway peatlands on Derryadd, Derryaroge and Lough Barrow.

Some residents oppose the project and a lobby group called Derryadd Wind-Farm Group has organised public meeting to take place at 7 o’clock tonight in the Lough Ree Community Building.

Wesley Jordan is a spokesman for the group.


Meanwhile, local Independent councillor Mark Casey is asking Longford County Council to extend the distance in which wind turbines can be built from houses.

At the next council meeting on May 10th, he will have a motion calling for a new setback distance of ten times the height of a wind turbine from ‘human habitation’.

That would mean if a turbine is 100-metres high, the setback distance would be 1,000.

At present, there’s a standard guideline of 500 metres.

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