44 Killylane Road - Lot 2, Eglinton, Co. Derry

£900,000 (€1,027,046) SALE AGREED
105 Acre Site
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  • For Sale by Private Treaty

Sale agreed date: 12 February 2018

Property Description:

Lot 2 - Farm buildings and farmland extending to 104 acres

Lot 2 (about 103.93 acres)
Farm Buildings
A range of farm buildings occupy a private, standalone situation in the heart of the farm. The outbuildings have an accessible situation via a private farm road. They are served by a mains water supply and include:

Cattle sheds 1 & 2
A pair of sheds in 11 bays of steel portal frame construction beneath corrugated roofs with supervent cladding, block walls and a slatted base with tanks beneath. The sheds open onto a central feed passage with feed barriers. Constructed in 2010.

Cattle shed 3
In 6 bays of steel portal frame construction beneath a corrugated roof with Yorkshire boarding, block walls and a part concrete, part slatted base with a tank beneath. The shed includes a feed passage with feed barriers. Constructed in 2005.

Cattle shed 4
In 4 bays of steel portal frame construction beneath a corrugated roof with Yorkshire boarding, block walls and a part concrete, part slatted base. The shed includes a feed passage with feed barriers. There is a lean-to with a cattle crush and race.

3 feed bins - Each with a capacity for 32 tonnes.

Secure store.

A feature of the farm buildings is the ample ventilation. There are extensive areas of hard standing and excellent access for articulated vehicles and feed wagons, including turning areas.

The farmland extends to circa 103.93 and lies within a ring fence in a single block. It can be analysed as follows:

Arable/Ploughable Pasture - 99.38 acres
Roads, Yards, Buildings, Miscellaneous - 4.55 acres
Total - 103.93 acres

The land rises gently from 15 feet above sea level on the northern boundary to about 125 feet above sea level on the south eastern boundary. There is good access to the land via the public roads and internal farm tracks. The land is divided into a number of enclosures by stock proof fences and hedges. They are of a good size and shape for modern agriculture and have a water supply by a combination of mains and a natural supply via a stream. The land is bound for about 1 kilometre by the public road.

Basic Payment Scheme
The Entitlements to the Basic Payment Scheme are owned and are included in the sale. The subsidy from the Basic Payment in relation to the 2017 farming year will be retained by the seller.

Strictly by appointment with the selling agents:
Savills Country - Tel: +353 (0)1 663 4350
Savills Belfast - Tel: +44 (0)28 9026 7820.

Eglinton 1 mile
City of Derry Airport 1 mile
Derry/Londonderry 7 miles
(all distances approximate)

The farm has an accessible situation about 1 mile to the east of the historic village of Eglinton. Eglinton provides for everyday necessities including a greengrocers, post office, medical practice, dental practice and pharmacy. The village has a primary school.

City of Derry Airport is conveniently situated about 1 mile to the north of the farm.

Derry/Londonderry, the inaugural UK City of Culture in 2013, is 7 miles to the south west of the farm. As the second largest city in Northern Ireland, it provides a full range of services, amenities, education and cultural activities. The city has a railway station which provides regular services to Belfast and Dublin. Foyle Port is 6 miles distant and reportedly serves 20,000 farms with agricultural commodities.

The farm overlooks the coastline and benefits from a mild, temperate climate with an average rainfall of 39 inches.

The landscape in the county is diverse, ranging from its beautiful sandy coastline on the north to the Sperrin Mountains on the south.

The area has a reputation for productive, high quality farmland at low altitude and has a well-developed agricultural infrastructure including a number of grain and agricultural machinery merchants. There is a livestock market and an abattoir nearby.

Leave the A2 at the Longfield Roundabout and take the exit signposted for Eglinton/Claudy/B118. Turn immediately left (signposted for Killylane) on to Craigbrack Road. At the T-junction turn right and continue for about 200 metres where the entrance to the house is on the right. The entrance to the farm buildings is a further 200 metres on the right.

The postcode for the property is BT47 3 DP.


  • Extensive range of modern farm buildings
  • Winter accommodation for 400 head of cattle
  • Entitlements to the Basic Payment Scheme
  • Excellent views

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Date Entered/Renewed:

12/2/2018 (34 days ago)

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