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Ballynaboll Collooney, County Sligo

Guide price €170,000
  • Size 28.5 acres²
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Description

Contained in Folio SL2608F and comprising 11.54 hectares (28.5 acres).

The land has been unused over the last few years but will again respond positively to upgrading works.

The farm is divided by public road with one lot of approx 20.5 acres, and the other lot of approx 8 acres.

There is a good selection of mature Beech trees on the boundary fences.

The larger portion of this farm is serviced by public roads at both ends, making it  very convenient for farming purposes. 

The smaller portion is directly oppposite the large lot and can easily be farmed in conjunction with the main lot.

Excellent site potential for a family home on this farm with excellent views to the North Sligo mountain ranges.  

This farm lot is one of 3 lots being sold which can be sold individually or all as one lot.

Details of other 2 farm lots can be found on:

https://www.reamccarrick.ie/carrickbanagher-collooney-sligo/693820

https://www.reamccarrick.ie/claragh-scotch-glebe-ballinacarrow-sligo/693832

For further details contact agents on 071 9185050 / 0876810848


Directions

Directions for Lot 1 Carrickbanagher and Lot 2 Ballynaboll From Collooney N17/N4 roundabout junction, travel 2 miles along the N17 to the Ballymote junction. Turn for Ballymote along R293 for just 100 metres and then veer left for Ballynaboll/Carrickbanagher on L1501.. Proceed on L1501 for approx. 1km and veer left again at bend in road. Continue up that road for approx. 500 metres and Lot 2 (Ballynaboll) you will find big portion is on the left hand side with smaller portion on the right hand side. To get to Lot 1 continue along that road for a further 500 metres and Lot 1 is on the right hand side just after house with stone faced garden walls.

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Use the form below to get in touch with REA McCarrick & Sons (Tubbercurry) or call them on (071) 918 5050

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