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10 Stables, Yard & 9 Acres Of Land, Adj To 17 Trench Road, Comber

Let agreed £450 / month

Agricultural Land


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Key Information

Land typeAgricultural
PlanningUnspecified
Rent£450 Monthly StatusLet agreed Size9 acres Current useGrazing

Description

 

  • 10 stables, some with automatic drinker
  • Concrete yard and parking
  • Tack room with sink and kitchenette
  • Water and electricity
  • Access to toilet facilities
  • Small sand school / Lunging pen 20m x 20m approx. 
  • flood lights for sandschool
  • Turn out paddock next to the stables
  • Nine acres of land set in two fields both with access to water.
  • Tranquil location and laneway, ideal to ride out on down to the lough shore.

Property Description

We are pleased to offer to the market excellent opportunity to rent 10 stables, tack room, concrete yard, generous parking, small sandschool, turnout paddock and 9 acres of land set out in two fields offering excellent grazing. 

There is an area used as a muck heap and it will be the tenant's responsibility to manage this area and to make arrangements to remove the manure as required. There is a party locally who for a fee would be happy to assist. 

Set in a delightful rural and tranquil location on a quiet laneway, this could be an ideal opportunity for someone who currently feels they are paying too much for their livery and could combine their own requirement with DIY livery with a few friends. 

There is water and access to toilet facilities.

The monthly rent is £450.00 plus a quarterly charge of £20 for electricity (or a little more depending on consumption)

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