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66 Glassdrummond Road, Dungannon
66 Glassdrummond Road Auchnacloy Dungannon
Compact holding extending to approx. 28 acres with cottage needing renovation/potential site together with agricultural farm sheds.
From Dungannon, travel 8 miles onto the main Auchnacloy road and take left into Carricklongfield Road. The holding is approx. 0.4 miles from the main road at the crossroads between Carricklongfield Road and Glasdrummond Road.
The land in sale is as indicated on the farm map (fields 1,2,3,4,5 and 6) and extends to just over 28 acres together with the vacant cottage at Glasdrummond Road and adjacent farm buildings.
The owners are prepared to consider offers for either
A . THE ENTIRE HOLDING INCLUDING COTTAGE AND SHEDS
B . THE LAND ONLY EXCLUDING THE COTTAGE AND ADJOING STRIP ALONG THE ROAD
To arrange a viewing please contact Conor Mallon - 07831176520.
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