The subject lands extend to a total of 54.12 acres, of which 51.22 acres is arable, with 2.90 acres of woodland. The farmland is laid out over 5 fields, with each generally of a good shape & size for modern agriculture. The land lies in a continuous block to the north of Ballagh Road, with the exception of about 1.60 acres which lie to the south of Ballagh Road. Both parcels of land benefit from excellent road frontage and access points.
The topography is a combination of level and gently undulating land, ranging in elevation from about 75.1m meters (246.5 feet) above sea level at the west, and about 91.3 meters (299.4 feet) above sea level at the east.
The land has been well tended to by the current owner. It is currently laid in grass with stock proof fencing.
Excellent road frontage & access.
Laid out over 5 fields of good size and shape.
Currently laid in grass.
Stock proof fencing and hedgerow throughout.
For sale by way of Private Treaty.
Type of Tenure
Location of Lands at Ballagh Road
The subject lands are located just 3.6 miles outside the village of Clogher, in the border area of south County Tyrone. This location has ease of access to the south with only 5.8 miles between Clogher and the border crossing into County Monaghan. Clogher lies along the River Blackwater which flows between Counties Tyrone and Monaghan.
The property is well located being situated 18.3 miles from Enniskillen, 20.5 miles from Monaghan, 23.1 miles from Dungannon and 32.7 miles from Cookstown. The subject property benefits from proximity to Omagh, the county town of Tyrone, being only 19.4 miles away which provides a full range of services, amenities, education, and cultural activities. The cities of Derry/Londonderry and Belfast are 52.9 miles and 62.2 miles distant, respectively.
The property occupies a peaceful rural area perfect for agricultural use. The subject property is convenient 5-minute drive from the centre of Clogher, which provides for everyday necessities.
The landscape in the county is diverse, ranging from fertile, level land to hill ground in the Sperrin Mountains.