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Building Site, Aghindarragh Road Augher, BT77 0ET

Price £59,000

Key Information

Address Building Site, Aghindarragh Road Augher, BT77 0ET
Price £59,000
Land type Building Site (with FPP)
Size 0.9 acres
Planning Full Planning Permission
Status For sale


  • Development Opportunity
  • Large Grounds
  • Full Planning Permission
  • Highly Regarded Rural Location

Additional Information

The site has received full planning permission under application M/2008/0966/RM for a replacement dwelling and garage. The plans have been passed for the erection of an exceptional detached family home extending to approximately 4,392 sq ft or thereabouts. The site has its own private access and with its elevated position will enjoy stunning countryside views.

This is a fantastic opportunity to create the perfect family home in the Country yet remaining convenient to Ballygawley and the M1 motorway.

Aghindarragh Road in Augher is in Northern Ireland. The postcode is within the Augher and Clogher ward/electoral division, which is in the UK Parliamentary Constituency of Fermanagh and South Tyrone. This page combines information for the address Aghindarragh Road, Augher, Northern Ireland, BT77 0ET, and the neighbourhood in which it resides.


We are advised that electric, phone, water and drainage are available in the vicinity. A buyer is recommended to obtain confirmation from their surveyor or solicitor.

Your Next Move

Thinking of selling, we can offer you a FREE VALUATION of your land or property.

Mortgage advice is also available from our in-house Mortgage Advisor, you can find out how much you can borrow within minutes instead of waiting weeks to go through your high street bank for a decision.

To arrange a viewing or for further information contact our Enniskillen estate agent’s office.

Tel: 02866 022200



From Augher drive out the Favour Royal Road then take the Altadaven Road on your right, drive along this Road then turn right onto the Aghindarragh road, the subject site is located 0.7 of a mile up this road on the left just after a small stone bridge.