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Circa 28.5 acres of Lakeside Land
Who needs road frontage, when you’ve got lake frontage?
WB Yeats’s poem ‘The Lake Isle of Inishfree’ is famous for many reasons, not least its imagery:
“I will arise and go now, for always night and day
I hear lake water lapping with low sounds by the shore.”
This lakeside land inspires similarly—coming over the crest of a green hill, looking down and out upon the expanse of Lough Sillan, this much is clear: the hill, the lake, the quiet—there are few vistas like this left. The natural beauty, the location, the surroundings—all coalesce, making this property a rarity.
Circa 28.5 acres of good farmland and an unrivalled location.
Farming, fishing and nature—it doesn’t get better.
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