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Catherina Cunnane
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PHOTOS: Compact holding situated in ‘prime’ farming area for sale

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A parcel of land, renowned for its grass growing ability and high productivity, is for sale in Omagh.

The lands, comprising circa 31.3-acres, farmed as a dairy enterprise with sheep grazing during the winter months, are located in the Mountjoy West area.

The property is located off the A5 Omagh-Derry Road, circa 2 miles from Omagh, and ¾ mile from Mountjoy Village.

Four fields and cattle handling facilities

The compact area of land is laid out in four fields, with mains water laid on, with extensive frontage onto Rash Road, according to the selling agent.

Approximately 27.3-acres is good, fertile land, at present under grass, with a galvanised cattle crush and pens in place. The remainder is a plantation (circa 20 years’ growth).

“This is a prime opportunity for anyone seeking to acquire a compact holding, in a good farming district.” the selling agent said.

More information

Offers in the region of £15,000 per acre.

Contact Raymond Mc Farland on: 07706417299.

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