This week’s property segment looks at land to rent across the country.
Firstly, Pollock Estate Agents has circa 30-5-acres to lease (as of yesterday – Thursday, March 31st, 2022) in Co Tyrone.
According to the property firm, the lands at Crevenagh Road, Omagh, are “good” quality, held in one large block for grazing.
The lands are available for rent for the upcoming season.
For more information, contact the land agent: 02882 245440.
Land for silage or grazing
Meanwhile, Hewitt Property Agents has just introduced circa 33-acres of agricultural land to the rental market.
According to the selling agents, the lands at Ballylane, Cladymilltown Road, Co Armagh, are suitable for cutting or grazing.
Contact Hewitt Property Agents on: +44 28 3755 1941
Land to rent in Cavan
Meanwhile, Keenan Auctioneers has circa 30-acres of land to let in Barleyhill, Kingscourt, Co Cavan.
The property firm suggested that the land is suitable for grazing and meadow. For more information, contact Keenan Auctioneers on (042) 966 7224.
24ac of land for long-term lease in Mayo
Moving to Croghan, Killala, Co Mayo, Billy Heffron Auctioneers and Valuers has circa 24-acres of agricultural land to lease.
According to the agent, this is “free-draining” land close to Killala town on the R314 road to Ballycastle.
He said the lands are currently in two lots and are available for lease for six years from May 1st, 2022.
For more information, contact Billy Heffron Auctioneers and Valuers on: 096-71712.
49-acres for long-term lease in Roscommon
Moving across to nearby Roscommon, Connaughton Auctioneers has “prime” parcels of land containing circa 49-acres available [main image] as one lot on a six-year lease from April 1st, 2022.
According to the firm’s Ivan Connaughton, this particular listing has a hayshed, a pen and a crush facility, a mains water supply and accommodation.
He said that this property is available for lease to cattle farmers only.
For more information, contact Connaughton Auctioneers on 090-666370.
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