This piece of land is accessed by a 150 meter winding stone lane. Overall the site extends to an area circa 2.4 acres of land and historically was once part of an ancient turf bog of Monelegny. Both the Kingfisher Cycle Trail and the Ulster way directly pass the land at Birchgrove. Currently located on the piece of land is a general purpose timber shed.
Set just 3 miles from South Fermanagh market town of Lisnaskea and less than a mile from both Derryad Quay and Lisnaskea Boat Club at Upper Lough Erne.
Lands extending to circa 2.4 acres
Historically land once part of ancient turf bog of Monelegny
Currently small general pupose timber shed on land
Both Kingfisher Cycle trail and Ulster Way both directly pass land
About 3 miles from market town of Lisnaskea
About a mile from both Derryad Quay and Lisnaskea Boat Club
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Birchgrove Plantation is located midway between the Drumlone Cross and the Derryad Church Cross