21 Aghingowly Road, Fivemiletown BT75 0LQ
Agricultural Land For Sale
Situated in a sought after agricultural area in the heart of the Clogher Valley, this valuable property offers top quality agricultural land with approx. 500 metres road frontage and a traditional 2-storey farmhouse with a range of traditional outbuildings to include 2 Silos, 2 cubicle houses and various stores.
The well sheltered Lands which would be suitable for cutting/grazing purposes are in a good state of production and are appropriately proportioned into a range of manageable fields bound by mature hedgerows/ stock fences. The holding comprises a mix of flat and gently sloping fields and can be easily accessed from the country road and hardcore farm laneways.
The dwelling occupies a central elevated position on the farm and comprises a traditional 2-storey residence with 3 bedrooms, 2 reception rooms, a kitchen/dining area and a bathroom. The dwelling would require complete refurbishment throughout or alternatively would present an ideal replacement dwelling site benefitting from stunning views over the surrounding countryside. For further internal measurements of the dwelling please contact our office.
The Farm and Dwelling will be sold with the benefit of vacant possession.
- Living Room
- 3.6m x 3.4m (11' 10" x 11' 2")
- Dining Area
- 2.9m x 5m (9' 6" x 16' 5")
- 2m x 3.9m (6' 7" x 12' 10")
- 4.2m x 3.9m (13' 9" x 12' 10")
- 3.9m x 3.9m (12' 10" x 12' 10")
- 2.4m x 4m (7' 10" x 13' 1")
- 2.8m x 3.2m (9' 2" x 10' 6")
- 1.8m x 3.2m (5' 11" x 10' 6")
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