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This land comprises two fields in grass and one in Winer Barley. The Access is via a wide shared lane, Tarmac at the start and hard core for the remainder.
It is fenced for sheep.
It would suit neighbours or someone wishing to acquire additional land for cutting or grazing.
A wayleave could be granted to allow the purchaser to lay a new Mains Water Pipe from the road up through other lands to provide a water supply.
This is let on conacre to the 1st November two options;
Complete the sale now and the conacre rent is apportioned.
Complete in November and the vendor retains the conacre rent.
From Kilrea to along the Garvagh Road past the Health Clinic. Turn right along the Moneydig Road. Turn left at the Moneydig Crossroads. First Tarmac Lane on the left before the wee Bridge. Go up the lane to the New Houses and turn right at the fork
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