Pollock Estate Agents, has for sale, circa 18-acres of land in Co Fermanagh, Northern Ireland.
According to the selling agents, the lands are “conveniently located” on Tummery Road, approximately 1.5 miles from Irvinestown.
This farm is in what the agents described as a “fertile and productive” farming district.
Furthermore, the lands are “well fenced” with perimeter stock proof-fencing and mature, established hedgerows.
Commenting on the “valuable, compact” farm, a spokesperson for the property firm said:
“Seldom do such desirable parcels of land come on the market in the district. This is an excellent small-holding in a renowned and highly popular farming district.”
“The holding consists primarily of silage cutting/grazing lands in pasture. They are held in large workable lots and are suitable for modern farming practices.”
“The ground is of a gentle rolling topography. You can easily access from the public roadway via a hardcore laneway. A central service laneway extends through the holding to livestock handling facilities.”
The agent “highly” recommends early inspection.
Photos of Fermanagh land for sale
1-bed cottage in ‘turn-key condition’ on over 1ac for €195k
An “attractive, charming and spacious” one-bedroom country cottage in Coolnagun, Co Tipperary has just hit the market.
The selling agent – Liam O’Grady Auctioneers – is seeking €195,000 for the residence, which is in “turn-key, pristine condition” and sits on 1.1-acre.
The estate agent said the “must-see” property is in an “idyllic location”, near all towns and cities.
Accommodation includes an entrance hall, a living room, a master bedroom, a dining room, a rear study, pressed concentre floor stairs to the first-floor kitchen, and attic space.
O’Grady also highlighted the property’s detached garage and “ample” vehicular parking at the rear.
Commenting on the listing, he said: “The house enjoys attractive views of the surrounding countryside. It is in pristine condition throughout.”
Therefore, he recommends early viewing – strictly through the auctioneers only.
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