Set in a most picturesque position enjoying fine views over the countryside to Slieve Croob.
This attractive farm includes spacious single storey residence, quality outbuildings including cattle houses with slatted floors, stores, looseboxes and garaging with lands extending to 52.593 aces as contained in the land certificate which includes a portion of Burren Lough.
The property provides excellent grazing for cattle, sheep and / or horses, and exceptional sporting opportunities with a naturalised area, which affords an opportunity to develop it into a range of uses and possibly incorporate it into a new environmental farming scheme.
The property is convenient to Ballynahinch and Dromara and is located about ½ an hour from the edge of Belfast.
Ceramic tiled floor.
Hardwood parquet floor; built in cloak cupboard.
Tiled fireplace and hearth; cornice ceiling; picture rail; bay window.
Tiled fireplace; picture rail; built in cupboards; cornice ceiling.
Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with range of laminate eye and floor level cupboards and drawers, matching glazed display cupboard; formica worktops; plumbed for washing machine; ventilated larder; quarry tiled floor; ½ tiled walls.
Double built in wardrobe with cupboards over; tiled fireplace; cornice ceiling; picture rail.
Tiled fireplace; double built in wardrobe with cupboards over; picture rail.
Double built in wardrobe with cupboards over; tiled fireplace.
White suite comprising panel bath; pedestal wash hand basin; low flush wc; pvc tiled floor; ½ tiled walls.
Furnray oil fired boiler; pvc oil storage tank.
Spacious mature gardens to front, side and rear laid out in lawns and planted with a fine selection of ornamental and flowering shrubs and partially enclosed with Beech hedging.
Double gates to concrete yards partially enclosed with an extensive range of outbuildings including:-
Subdivided into 4 pens, 2 with slatted floors over slurry tank and 2 with concrete floors.
With shute and crush gate.
Large doors to either end.
With slatted floor over slurry tank; enclosed pen with concrete floor; silage passage to front; tungsten light; calf door to calf house.
Two opening to yard; two to rear with small enclosed pens to front.
Feed passage to front.
Steps to loft over room 1 and 2.
Approached via stone steps; door to:-
Situated to either side of the county road, the majority of which are situated to the side and rear of the farm yard with three small fields on the opposite side of the road.
The lands are all laid down to grass and are subdivided into convenient sized fields suitable for grazing and cutting of silage.
Three fields lying towards Burren Lough are in natural vegetation provide some grazing and were previously incorporated within a countryside management scheme.
Subject to approval it may be possible to incorporate them into the new environmental farming scheme currently available.
A portion of Burren Lough is included in the sale and provides fishing and sporting opportunities.
£104,000. Rates Payable = £719.06 per annum (approx.)
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