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- Land adjoins Gilford Castle Estate Lands To Two Sides And Additionally Across The River Bann
- 17 Acres Of Good Arable Land
- 7.5 Acres Of Riverside Land
Land @ Tullylish Road, Gilford
Land at Tullylish Road circa 24 acres.
WITH BENEFIT OF NEW APPROVED ACCESS TO TULLYLISH ROAD
Located of the Tullylish Road, Gilford and adjoining the lands of Gilford Castle Estate this holding includes about 17 acres of good arable land with remaining 7.5 acres running down to and along the River Bann.
- The Land
- Field No. Ha. / Acres 1. 1.011 / 2.50 2. 0.896 / 2.21 3. 1.130 / 2.79 2A. 2.023 / 5.00 2B. 1.815 / 4.49 7. 2.981 / 7.36 Total: 9.856 / 24.35
- Price Guide
- The Entire Holding: Offers Around £225,000
- Further Information
- Raymond Pollock | 07876 656622 [email protected] Kathryn Elliott | 07834 543474 [email protected] Or General Enquiries Tel: 028 4066 2206
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