Selling agents have hailed Creevenmore Farm in Omagh, Co Tyrone, a “substantial, fully equipped” dairy enterprise with dwellings.
The “well presented” farm, spanning circa 148-acres, is available to purchase in one or more lots (up to six).
According to the agents, this sale represents an opportunity to acquire a “well-established and highly productive” farm.
Pollock Estate Agents is offering the farm for sale in the following lots:
- 1: Crucknamona Farm: 37.5 ac
- 2: Lands & Sheds at Drudgeon Road: (i) 16 ac
- 3: Lands at Drudgeon Road: (ii) 34 ac
- 4: Lands at Loughmuck Road: 19ac
- 5: Lands at Laurel Road: 26.5ac
- 6: Lands at Cavan Road: 15ac
Omagh dairy farm
According to the property firm, Creevenmore Farm presently carries an autumn and spring-calving herd of some 90 dairy cows, plus followers.
Typically, the farmer takes three cuts of silage from the rotational grass.
The agent described the farmhouse as a “modern architecturally designed property”.
Built in 1997, it benefits from 4 bedrooms, 3 reception rooms with dual fuel central heating and many “attractive” features.
“Approximately 200 animals are typically housed throughout the entire the holding.”
“The farm benefits from a range of predominantly modern steel portal framed farm buildings covering almost 20,000 square feet (1860 square metres) in total.”
“Included in these are the milking parlour, a dairy unit with 100 cubicles, mattresses, further livestock housing and general-purpose buildings.”
Furthermore, underground slurry storage facilities extend to over 285,000 gallons, two silage clamps and both borehole and mains water supply servicing the farmyard and dwelling.
The farm at Drudgeon Road (lot 2) provides additional slurry storage and silage clamp.
The land is in “large, practical” field sizes and held in various self-contained units close to the home farm.
Fields are of what the agents described as “relative rolling” topography with stockproof fencing and mature hedgerows
LOT 1 – Crucknamona Road – Circa 37.5ac with dwelling, bungalow & farmyard
- Dairy complex – A combination of interconnecting sheds containing the dairy, 82 cantilever cubicles with mattresses, calf pens, handling facilities and ancillary buildings.
- They are of steel frame construction beneath corrugated roofs with adequate ventilation provided, block walls/concrete, central feed passages and slatted bases with tanks beneath.
- Dairy – 10:20 Fullwood swing over milking parlour.
- Bulk tank store with 5,000-litre bulk tank and coolers.
- Meal bins (x2)
- General-purpose shed / machinery & dry store
- Silage pits – 2 open clamps
- The lands are in a compact parcel around the homestead and divided into large practical fields.
The farmhouse is a fine detached home that was completed in 1997. It includes accommodation over two floors with “substantial and bright” living space on the ground floor and four bedrooms on the first floor, which you can access via a central feature staircase.
The house occupies a “prominent position” with what the agents described as “far-reaching views over the open, rolling countryside”.
You can access the residence via a meandering tarmac driveway through stone entrance pillars and a feature stone bridge.
“The house lies in the heart of the farm and enjoys primary independent access of the main entrance laneway via a gravel driveway. There is parking to the front and a large tarmac area to the rear.”
Furthermore, a covered carport to the house’s rear connects with a boiler room, outside WC (provision for shower).
On the other hand, an “impressive” insulated outbuilding provides a lofted storeroom. According to the agents, the area creates a “fine” courtyard and includes parking for cars.
Gardens and patio
There is an enclosed garden which is predominantly laid to lawn edged by beds, hedging and trees.
Lastly, a private McMonagle stone patio terrace provides an “attractive outdoor space to enjoy the sunshine”.
Accommodation includes an entrance hall, a lounge, a dining room, a family room, an open plan kitchen and dining/living area, a study/office, a boot room, a utility room and a rear hallway.
Others include a landing, a master bedroom suite, an ensuite, a dressing area, three other bedrooms, a closet/hotpress and an attic room.
External features include a natural stone patio area, mature gardens, and a tarmac driveway, along with a workshop 60’x40’.
Furthermore, there is a detached chalet bungalow at 12 Crucknamona Road.
The self-contained 3-bedroom residence is immediately adjacent to the main residence.
It features three spacious bedrooms, two washrooms and a large open plan kitchen living area.
The property also features a covered entrance area, fitted stairlift & enjoys independent oil heating.
2 – Drudgeon Road (i) circa 16ac with farmyard
Drudgeon Road comprises a “compact” lot with “significant” frontage onto Drudgeon Road and Crucknamona Road. The lands, extending to c.16 acres, are all grassland in pasture and contained in three large fields.
The holding includes a farmyard comprising a slatted cubicle shed (part tanked), a covered silo and a yard.
3 – Drudgeon Road (ii) circa. 34ac
Lot 3 consists of a single block of ploughable land extending to about 24-acres which you can access off Drudgeon Rd via a private stoned laneway.
The lands are held in large fields with stock fencing and hedgerows. The remaining 10-acres consists of natural species plantation. Lot 3 is immediately adjacent to lot 2.
4 – Lands at Loughmuck Road circa. 19 ac
Lot 4 is a “productive” block of land with extensive frontage onto Loughmuck Road and Blacksessiagh Road. In two divisions, it includes 19-acres of ploughable land held in 3 large fields.
5 – Lands at Laurel Road – circa. 26.5 ac
Lot 5 contains “gently undulating” grassland extending to circa 19.5 acres in pasture within a block. The remainder is planation.
6 – Lands at Cavan Road – circa. 15-ac
According to the agents, this is an “excellent, single” enclosure of fertile land with a gentle topography.
You can access off Cavan Road via a shared laneway and includes livestock handling facilities.
The lands extend to the river and comprise 12-acres of cutting and grazing lands in the pasture, with the remainder as plantation/turbary.
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