Circa 17 acres = 6.87966 hectares in County Sligo made up of folio number 1228, has plenty of potential of those, thinking of getting started in forestry investment. Land is separated by country road with good frontage and access. The greater part of land is located on upper side of road (derelict old stone cottage with garden) is not included and not for sale. The lower land on other side of road, circa 7.835 acres, offers attractive site suitable for building family home subject to planning permission. Option to connect to ESB and
adjacent mains. Good road frontage has been proven with adjacent family residence. Lower land borders existing forest plantation (original lane-way to lower part of land has not been used for years). This part of land could be assessed by roadway, when thinning is done and forestry roads are laid out.
The rate of premium is dependent on the species planted. Premiums are paid annually from first year of establishment for 15 years. For further details on current grant rates, visit forestry services Ltd (the forest premiums are income tax free).
Location situated near country border with Roscommon, 10 minutes drive to Ballinafad Village, close to Boyle / Ballymote roads and local towns, just a few miles from
Carrick-on-Shannon, convenient to N4 motorway Sligo / Dublin.
Features convenient location, set on quiet country road (road frontage) building site (without planning permission) option to connect to mains. very accessible.
The entire land is for sale, however site can be sold separately. The information supplied has been given to me (Report and Valuations 1999). All measurements are approximately and all photographs are provided for guidance. Open to good offers. Full details on request. Viewing and offers advised. E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Directions: Go to Ballinafad Village, turn off road direction Boyle / Ballymote. Drive approximately 2 miles on this road. Townland Broher.