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43 Acres of quality land.
This land also has great potential as a site for a housing development under the PPI 22.
This must be viewed to appreciate the stunning views that comes with this land. Located adjacent to the Sloughan Glen waterfall, this piece of land is very well sheltered by trees.
There is a pipeline running through this land from Lough Lee therefore supplying a constant, never ending water supply. There is also two spring wells located on the land.
Deep in Sperrin country in the heart of Tyrone, is the outstandingly beautiful, and little know, Sloughan Glen. Also known locally as Slavin Glen, the 16 acre woodland is off the beaten track, about 4 miles from the village of Drumquin. It is within 15 mile radius of many of the larger towns like Omagh, Newtownstewart, Strabane, Ederney, Kesh and Castlederg.
If you would like any further information kindly contact the office on 02882 248220.
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