|Price||Offers around £135,000|
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£220,000 - ENTIRE PROPERTY
- Dwelling £135,000
- Land, sheds, Bog & Common Grazing £85,000
Fermanagh Lakeland Properties offer to the market this three bedroom detached bungalow set on a stunning site overlooking Lough Scolban. The views from the property are simply fascinating.
In addition to the dwelling there is circa 13 acres of adjacent land, farm buildings and 6 acres of bog and 6 / 88 share of common grazing rights at Derrynacrannog and Ballaghgee mountain. The common grazing extends to 780 acres.
The property can be split into separate lots subject to both being sold simultaneously.
Situated on an elevated site with unspoilt views and direct access to Lough Scolban this proposed disposal offers a unique opportunity in the property market. Lough Scolban is renowned for its trout and pike fishing and attracts anglers from Ireland, the UK and Europe. The owner of the property is permitted to fish off the shore free of charge. A rod licence is required.
The house is finished to a high standard and is well appointed and presented. The panoramic views from the sitting room and the front two bedrooms are a treasure.
The property consists of a kitchen which is fully equipped and a Gormley Kitchen enhances this good sized room which measures 5.4 m x 3.23m. The electric hob and the electric grill / oven are separate units. The utility area offers space for a washing machine & fridge freezer and rear access.
Measuring 4.57m x 4.38m the sitting room benefits from an open fire and solid white maple floor covering.
The property boasts three bedrooms one has ensuite facilities. The bedrooms measure 3.78m x 3.25m Ensuite 2.55m x 1.20m; 3.49m x 3.23m and 3.35m x 3.23m. Bedroom floor coverings are solid pine. Two of the bedrooms have built in wardrobes.
The bathroom measures 3.76m x 1.72m and consists of a bath WHB & WC.
The property benefits from additional insulation as 12 inches of Rockwool were blown on top of the existing insulation. The heating system is oil and the windows and doors are double glazed.
- Externally the drive way is concreted.
- Front and rear lawns
- A garden shed is included in the sale.
- Dog pound
- Outside Tap
The land adjacent to the dwelling consists of fields 4,5,6 and the greater part of field 7 ( Refer to Farm Map). The entire is boundary fenced with sheep wire fencing.
Fields 4 and 5 benefit from reseeding and extensive drainage and are well maintained. Fields 6 and 7 are currently used as grazing. A ring fort is located in field 4.
The land benefits from Single Farm Payment Scheme and Field 6 is included in a ESA Scheme – ( Graze May to September. Can’t spray rushes. Permitted to mow rushes in July & August )
The land is eligible for a Countryside Management Scheme.
There are three significant farm buildings included in the sale. Hay shed measuring 30ft x 20ft, Silo pit 30ft x 20ft and a part slatted house measuring 30ft x 20ft. The farm buildings are in good condition.
Bog – Our map shows the bog at Derrynacrannog and the size is 6 acres ( 2.43 H ). The bog is accessed from the other side of the country road.
Common Grazing: The farm also benefits from a one sixth share of grazing rights to what is referred to as the mountain at Derrynacrannog and Ballaghgee. This common grazing isn’t fenced and extends to 780 acres. The Single Farm Payment entitlement on this land is 52.22 acres
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