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- Good Grazing Land – Circa 35acres
- Yard With Barns – Circa 1.45acres
- Close to Cookstown
- Land Divided by Aghaveagh Road
- Land Currently in Grass
The land is located 7 miles west of Cookstown and close to the shores of Lough Neagh extends to circa 35acres of good grazing land divided by the Aghaveagh Road and there is a 1.45acre gravel yard and 3 arched barns/outbuildings.
The land is currently in grass, divided into 8 fields which are in the main flat with the exception to the the 3 fields on the east side of the Aghaveagh Road that slope down to meet the Drumad Road. The land to the west is flat and currently in grass, with excellent access from the road.
The yard extends to circa 1.45acres of gravel area with 3 arched barns along the roadside and a further block built outbuilding.
The land is 1.4 5miles south of the village of Coagh.
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