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A VALUABLE HOLDING EXTENDING TO CIRCA 20 ACRES WITH A DELIGHTFUL ELEVATED BUILDING SITE IN A MUCH SOUGHT AFTER AREA
A very attractive smallholding extending to circa 20 acres, located in a renowned farming district, together with outline planning permission for a building site in an elevated situation with open rural views and private access from the Fivey Road.
The lands, which are currently all in grass, are in good condition with the majority of fields drained and reseeded, and new stock proof fencing carried out in recent years, a small wooded plantation is also included. This holding will appeal to local farmers interested in extending their holding, part time farmers or for the equestrian minded.
Conveniently located approx. ½ mile from Stranocum Village and approx. 5 miles from Ballymoney.
For details of title etc. contact Mr. C. Clarke, Messrs Greer, Hamilton & Gailey Solicitors, Ballymoney.
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