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CIRCA 57.32 ACRES GLENSIDE ROAD, DUNMURRY
We have been favored with instructions to offer for sale these lands comprising circa 57.32 acres or thereabouts with collection pen and cattle crush.
The lands are part of SDA which will attract the higher subsidy levels.
This mountain farm forms part of the Belfast Hills and is included in an area of special scientific interest (ASSI). While tests have not been carried out there is evidence of rock in parts which may be one option for investors. Being on higher ground it may be suitable for wind turbines subject to the necessary planning approvals and consent from all relevant sources.
A dry mountain which has recently been stock proof ring fenced with post and 4 row wire around the complete boundary.
NOTE : Arrange viewings via the Sole Agents
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