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An outstanding commercial redevelopment opportunity which is ideally located on the Elm Park Road just off the A28 Killylea Road, linking the hubs of Armagh City and Omagh. Set in peaceful and mature surroundings, this impressive site gives its potential purchaser a range of commercial, agricultural and residential opportunities. The property can be purchased in lots or as a whole.
Lot 1: Commercial Yard
An opportunity to purchase an extensive commercial yard circa 3 acres, which will be suitable for a range of potential uses. It is ideally suited to a logistics or storage facility. There is easy access to the yard for all sizes of lorry. Within the Yard there is a former office block, substantial general purpose indoor silos (105' x 30'), and a full range of livestock buildings, general sheds and slurry storage tanks with max capacity 850,000 gallons. Three phase electric is installed.
Lot 2: Agricultural Lands
The agricultural lands extend to circa 30 acres of good arable land. This is broken up into four seperate fields, which are all fenced and have a mains water supply. The majority of the lands border the dwelling house and yard.
Lot 3: Dwelling House
Three bedroom bungalow set off the main Elm Park Road with hardcore driveway and mature lawns.
Lot 4: Elm Park Gate Lodge
Unique restoration project - Dating back to 1867, the former gate lodge of Mullantinny House also known as Elm Park provides a rare opportunity to purchase a unique part of Irish built heritage.