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- C.14.5 Acres In One Lot
- Excellent Frontage To The Drumgormly Road
- Offering A Mix Of Meadow & Grazing Land
- Conveniently Located With Good Accessibility
- Well Maintained & Fenced
- Attractively Sized Out Farm
C.14.5 Acres of Well Maintained Farmland Situated With Excellent Road Frontage & Located In One Lot.
Situated a short drive from Derrygonnelly Village, with excellent frontage to and access from the Drumgormly Road, just off the Knockmore Road, this 14.5 acres of land has been well maintained and fenced to provide an attractively sized lot that offers a balanced mix of meadow and grazing land all set in one piece. This lot will appeal to a range of farming enterprises.
From Derrygonnelly Village take the Knockmore Road. Drive until the junction with Drumgormly Road, first road on the left. The land is located a short distance on the right.
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