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Located 180m south of No. 34 Lower Knockbarragh Road, Rostrevor the site is approximately 1 acre in size and is situated in a beautiful scenic picturesque setting.
The site has outline planning permission which can be viewed by prospective purchasers in this office.
The southern and western field boundaries are defined on site (stone ditch/wire fencing) whilst the northern boundary is not currently in place (delineated by orange cord tied to barbed wire fence along road).
The successful purchaser would be expected to erect a stockproof fence along the northern boundary.
We are informed that there is a main water supply along the Lower Knockbarragh Road. In addition the site has a Spring which the successful purchaser can utilise if they wish for their own private supply.
By inspection on site. Field gate situated north of the site within the same field as the site.
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