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Ballyogan Ennis, County Clare

Price €495,000
  • Size 62.07 acres²
  • Ber Rating

At a glance...

  • Stunning countryside
  • Natural turlough and streams.
  • Just 3 km from M18 Motorway at junction 14 & 15
  • Mains water connection
  • Cattle crush and loading pen
  • Potential Organic farm
  • Ideal out farm.
  • Genuine sale - owners retiring.
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Description


Description
Exceptional parcel of well maintained limestone lands between the villages of Barefield and Crusheen, just 10 minutes from the town of Ennis.

The lands have the benefit of its own entrance from the local road and only 3 min from exit 14 & 15 on the M18 motorway.

It is seldom the opportunity arises to purchase such a large block of land in this sought after location and viewing is confidently recommended.

Features
Stunning countryside
Natural turlough and streams.
Just 3 km from M18 Motorway at junction 14 & 15
Mains water connection
Cattle crush and loading pen
Potential Organic farm
Ideal out farm.
Genuine sale - owners retiring.

BER Details
BER: Exempt

Accommodation
The lands are exceptionally well fenced with predominantly natural stone walls and have been carefully minded by the current owner who has meticulously maintained and reclaimed the lands over the past 30 years. The lands are all in permanent pasture and whilst they do not have organic status they have been farmed in a practically organic manor with only a small amount of artificial fertilizer having been spread over the past few years and no sprays. The grass lands are in species rich grasses with mature trees sprinkled about making it an oasis for livestock, wildlife and mankind alike.

Directions
From Ennis head out the old Galway road and through the village of Barefield. Proceed straight towards Crusheen and take the 2nd right turn just before the Ballyline GAA field, continue over the railway line and the lands will be 500 metres on your left hand side and identified by our For Sale sign.
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PSRA Licence No: 001790

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Use the form below to get in touch with REA Eoin Dillon (Nenagh) or call them on (067) 33468

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