A residential hill farm which extends to almost 500ac is for sale near Ballykelly, Co Derry.
The farm is made up of 35ac of land which is cuttable for silage, 37ac of permanent grassland and 399ac of hill grazing.
The farm runs from 190m above sea level to a high point of 388m. There is an internal laneway which runs from the Carnamuff road to the dwelling house and provides access to fields.
There is a farm track which continues beyond the house and several watercourses pass through the farm.
The property contains a range of farm buildings including a four-bay slatted shed with central feed passage. Pens with cattle slats run up one side of the passage and sheep slats are in the pens on the opposite side.
There is a four-bay, roofed silage pit, a four-bay lean-to cubicle shed and a solid floor youngstock shed. Other farm buildings include a slate-roof barn a three-bay general purpose shed and a garage with a corrugated roof.
The dwelling house is a three bedroom-bungalow on an elevated site which allows views of Lough Foyle and the Inishowen peninsula in Co Donegal. The property is located four miles from Ballykelly village and 13 miles from Derry city. A derelict house and yard is also located on the property which may offer planning potential.
The private treaty sale is being managed by Savills and the guide price for the property is £850,000 (€990,000). James Butler from Savills points out that the farm offers opportunities to potential buyers who are interested in conservation.
The property also marches forestry land and it was run as a sheep and suckler beef farm by its previous owner.