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Circa 3.4 Acres At Kildanogue Ardfinnan, County Tipperary, E91 HK38

  • Size 3.4 acres²
  • Ber Rating

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  • Final Offers by Friday the 24th of May 2019 by 3pm to REA Stokes & Quirke 052 6121788
  • Top Quality free draining lands suitable for any farming practice located in this most scenic of locations
  • Circa 1.39HA /3.4 acres (Lot 2) is located a short distance away from Lot 1 across the other side of the road. Access to same is between two bungalows , E91 HK38 and is laid out in one free draining recently reseeded field.
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Description
The above top quality recently reseeded lands are part contained in Folio TY52655F, and comprise of circa 1.39HA /3.4 acres. Located in this most scenic and sought after of locations, circa 0.8 miles from Goatenbridge and circa 5km from Ardfinnan and circa 10km from Clogheen.The entrance to the lands are located between Two Bungalows with a For Sale sign there on
Final Offers by Friday the 24th of May 2019 by 3pm to REA Stokes & Quirke 052 6121788

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Final Offers by Friday the 24th of May 2019 by 3pm to REA Stokes & Quirke 052 6121788

Top Quality free draining lands suitable for any farming practice located in this most scenic of locations

Circa 1.39HA /3.4 acres (Lot 2) is located a short distance away from Lot 1 across the other side of the road. Access to same is between two bungalows , E91 HK38 and is laid out in one free draining recently reseeded field.

BER Details
BER: Exempt

Directions
From Goatenbridge Village take the Clogheen road for 0.8 miles just after a two storey on LHS you come to a red gate on the RHS (Lot 1) with a For Sale sign thereon.
(Lot 2) is a short distance down the road from Lot 1 on the opposite side of the road , access between two bungalows (E91 HK38) with a For Sale sign thereon.
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