Your Own Wee Bit Of Ireland From My Irish Sod
Have you always dreamed of travelling to or buying property in Ireland? Did one or more members of your family emigrate from Ireland years ago, and you have always felt a historical connection to the beautiful island of Ireland?
Now, for just £32.99 you can purchase a small plot of land, one square foot in size, in rural Ireland. We will send you formal legal documents certifying your ownership of your Irish property, as well as a map and address details showing you how to locate your property, should you ever have the opportunity to visit Ireland in person.
You'll also receive two photographs of the stunning surrounding area. Whether you're looking for a truly unique and thoughtful gift for someone special, or an inspiring and original corporate gift, or you just want to celebrate your love of Ireland by owning a little piece of it - you've come to the right place!
Your plot of land is in Brideswell in County Roscommon.
County Roscommon (Irish: Contae Ros Comáin) is one of the administrative counties of the Republic of Ireland and one of the thirty-two traditional counties of the island of Ireland, located within the province of Connacht, it is named after the town of Roscommon. The population of the county is 58,768 according to the 2006 census.
Roscommon comes from the Irish Ros meaning a wooded, gentle height and Comán, the name of the county's famous saint and the first bishop of the see. Rathcroghan was home to the Kings of Connacht and then to the High Kings of Ireland.
Dr. Douglas Hyde, the first Irish President, was born in County Roscommon and the GAA park in County Roscommon is named Hyde Park in his honor. Strokestown Park House and Famine Museum is an award-winning museum for its portrayal of the great Irish Famine.
Percy French (1854 - 1920) - one of Ireland's foremost songwriters and entertainers came from Roscommon. He has also become recognised for his watercolour paintings.
Chris O'Dowd (born 1980) - is an Irish actor born in Boyle, County Roscommon. Best known for starring in Channel 4's comedy The IT Crowd.
Maureen O'Sullivan, Ireland's first International Star was also born in Boyle, County Roscommon.