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- Prominent Town Centre site
- Extending to approx. 0.09 acres
- Currently used as car parking
Additional InformationFor Public Auction at 6th October at 11:00
The property is situated on Church Lane, which is located just off Main Street in Lisnaskea. Lisnaskea is the second largest settlement in County Fermanagh offering a wide range of shops and local amenities. Local occupiers include Delta House and Home.
The property is a site extending to approximately 0.09 acres (0.036 hectares). The site is rectangular in shape and is currently used for car parking. The site may be suitable for alternative uses subject to the necessary planning consents.
The property is suitable for alternative uses, subject to the necessaery planning consents. Prospective purchasers are required to make their own enquiries in relation to Planning matters.
No EPC required.
For further information please go to www.lshauctions.co.uk
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