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- Well established Forestry for sale
- Planning permission granted for the widening of an existing entrance in order to facilitate a haul road for the purpose of forestry.
- Felling licence granted.
- Further circa 1.12 Hectares in Paddocks, walkways & lanes.
The above forestry is nicely located a little over 2 miles from Fethard, out the Cloneen Road from Fethard (R692). The forestry has the benefit of planning permission granted for the widening of an existing entrance in order to facilitate a haul road for the purpose of forestry, Ref 14/600484 & a general felling licence, ref: GL/15605 has also been granted. The forestry is a mixture of broad leaves, 3.97 Hectares/circa 10 acres,contained in Folio TY16838 with the remaining in commercial Stika spruce 5.35/13 acres which is close to being harvested. There is further circa 1.12 Hectares in Paddocks (located under the power lines that cross the forestry) & walkways & lanes, which may be of interest to potential purchasers of the adjacent vacant cottage which we also have for sale.
Well established Forestry for sale
Planning permission granted for the widening of an existing entrance in order to facilitate a haul road for the purpose of forestry.
Felling licence granted.
Further circa 1.12 Hectares in Paddocks, walkways & lanes.
Take the Cloneen road (R692) out of Fethard for a little over two miles ie, past Cuddihy Saw Mills & the pump house and the Forestry is on the LHS with a For Sale sign thereon. It is on the opposite side of the road of E91 V215.
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