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35 Acres of first class agricultural land bordering the Country Road and adjacent to the
house and farmyard.
Agricultural fields are: 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/20
Additional 35 acres of tree plantation in one lot opposite the house and farmyard.
The farm can be sold in suitable lots:
1. 10 Kildowney Road, Glarryford, Ballymena, BT44 9EY – 4-bedroom detached house
2. 70 Acres – 35 agricultural acres and 35 acre tree plantation
3. Farmyard with selection of sheds including cattle house, 4 bay all purpose shed and other general outbuildings
CATTLE HOUSE 38’9 X 19’0
STORE 45’0 X 16’0
PIGGERY 68’0 X 28’0
ALL PURPOSE SHED – 4 BAY
GARAGING AND SEVERAL TRADITIONAL OUTBUILDINGS
1. House only with garage and stores
2. House with farmyard
3. 35 Acres of agricultural land
4. 35 Acres of tree plantation
PLEASE SEE RESIDENTIAL LISTING UNDER 10 KILDOWNEY ROAD FOR THE HOUSE DETAILS
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