A farm with a spacious seven-bedroom house and 102ac of land has come on the market near Lisnaskea, Co Fermanagh.
The sale is being managed by Enniskillen-based auctioneers Seamus Cox & Co and the guide price for the property is £1.1m (€1.3m).
Carrick House is located on the Kilronan Road and it is accessed via a private laneway.
The farmland is laid out in a single block and all 17 fields are in grass. Most of the fields have a sloping topography and have access to a water supply for livestock drinkers.
The farm has frontage on the Moorelough Road and the Kilronan Road. In one of the fields there is an oval plantation of oak trees which is registered with Northern Ireland Sites & Monuments.
The farmyard is located to the rear of the dwelling house and is made up of livestock handling facilities and a range of outbuildings. This includes a silage pit with a lean-to cubicle house, a slurry lagoon, a four-bay slatted house with central feed passage, and a lean-to cattle shed with a crush.
The dwelling house dates back to 1802. It is spacious with floor area of 2,840sq ft. It includes a downstairs bedroom with the other six bedrooms located on the first floor.
There are two reception rooms on the ground floor, both with open fires, plus a sizeable kitchen and dining room.
The sitting room measures 14’6” by 14’3” inches. The living room is 11’6” inches by 16’7” inches. The kitchen/dining room is 15’3” inches by 18’3” inches.