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A TRADITIONAL SMALLHOLDING EXTENDING TO c. 25.55 ACRES IN AN EXCELLENT LOCATION
(Available in one or more lots)
A traditional farm residence in need of repair and modernisation, with living accommodation to include two reception rooms and three bedrooms. Outside, the property has generous gardens to the rear and a substantial tin clad general purpose shed with lean to. In addition, there are c. 25.55 acres of good quality agricultural land held in a compact block with good road frontage.
This is an attractive smallholding in a highly convenient location a short distance from Nutt’s Corner with good arterial links. Early inspection is recommended.
PRICE: - O.I.R.O. £375,000
Or in lots as follows: -
Lot 1 – House, yard & paddock on c. 1.2 acres O.I.R.O. £125,000
Lot 2 – c. 24.35 acres of land O.I.R.O. £250,000
VIEWING: - By appointment
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