- Farm with 3 bed Cosy Bungalow
- Private and mature gardens
- Close to busy market town of Ballymahon
Residential farm C 32 acres incorporating Folio no LD5247 with a three bedroom bungalow. This is ideally situated just on the Ballymore road not far from the R392. The house is in situated in a private setting & is presented in good condition throughout. The lands extends to C 32 acres on situated opposite sides of the road . The house side has a haybarn & C 14 acres of meadow. The far side of the road comprises of C 18 acres. Cattle handling facilities, hay barn, well water, septic tank . There are entitlements 12.49 value €134.90 each. House accommodation comprises of the following : Kitchen 3.21m x 2.36m Open Dining 3.58m x 3.34m & living area 6.94m x 2.76m Bathroom 1.83m x 2.75m Bedroom 1 3.34m x 4.48m Bedroom 2 3.93m x 2.61m Bedroom 3 2.56m x 2.93m Dining Room 4.47m x 3.34m Entrance Hall 3.95 x 1.56 Outbuilding 1 4.70m x 4.71m Outbuilding 2 4.92m x 4.93m Forgney is an area in County Longford associated with the poet Oliver Goldsmith. The Church of Ireland church in Forgney, the Church of St. Munis, is where the Rev. Charles Goldsmith, father of the poet, administered from 1718 to 1730. The present church was built in 1810 and replaced that of Goldsmith's day. The church contains a stained glass window with a brass plaque erected in 1897 and inscribed: Center parcs Longford is due to open in June 2019 this is expected to bring a high volume of tourism to the area check out WWW.BALLYMAHONTOWN.COM for all local amenities.
All enquiries to Jackie White MIPAV,MCCEPI on 00 353 871334099