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- Land Comprising 10.5 acres or Thereabouts
- The Land is All Excellent Grazing Land
- There are No Buildings Thereon
- This Land Will Have a Wide Appeal and Offers Excellent Value
- View the Land on Site at any Time
- Copies of Maps etc Please Refer to Legal Pack
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Opportunity to Acquire a 10.5 acre smallholding set just outside Newtownbutler Co Fermanagh. The Land is All Excellent Grazing Land. There are No Buildings Thereon.This Land Will Have a Wide Appeal and Offers Excellent Value.View the Land on Site at any Time.
LOCATION / DIRECTIONS : Come out the Cavan Road N54 from Clones for approx 4 km. There is a signpost to the left saying “connons rc church”. Take this left and go past St Alponsus Chapel then take first right.The Land is on the right and left hand ( both ) sides of road.
Co Ordinates : 54°07'52.2"N 7°18'14.8"W
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