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Barleyfields, Culmore, Derry

Developed by Taggart Homes Limavady

From £178,950 to £485,000 Monday - Friday 10am-5pm & Sundays 2pm-4pm

Oak Country Manor, Derry

Developed by Taggart Homes Limavady

From £173,950 Monday - Friday 10am-5pm & Sundays 2pm-4pm

Castle Glen, Dungannon

Developed by Private Developer

From £148,000 to £159,000 Friday 5-6pm

Ferny Park Gardens, Dungannon

Developed by Alskea Contracts Ltd

From £145,500 to £214,950 Fridays 7–8 pm & Saturdays 10–12 pm

Thornhill Park, Derry

Developed by Thornhill Developments Ltd

Price £285,000 Daily 10am - 5pm

Railway Court, Maguiresbridge

Developed by Mollmac Ltd

Price £125,000 Daily 10am - 5pm

The Eagry, Bushmills

Developed by SC Homes Ltd

From £184,950 to £194,950 Weekdays 10am - 4pm or by appointment


Chain Free. Stress Free.

With a new home, there's no house buying chain, or waiting for current residents to vacate. This means you can move in as soon as you complete your purchase, making things much less stressful.

Suit your lifestyle.

New homes are built to maximise every inch of space. Research shows 17% of living space in older style properties often goes unused, which translates to £34,000 of a £200,000 house going to waste.

High Specification.

In general, new homes are built to a much higher specification than many older homes because of modern materials and building regulations.

Peace of mind.

Buying a new home eliminates the need to do any renovations, repairs or DIY, meaning new home owners can spend more time with family and friends, doing all the things they really enjoy.

Save money.

Recent research published by the Zero Carbon Hub and NHBC shows that new homes built to energy efficiency standards, could be up to 57% cheaper to run compared to 'improved' Victorian home of a similar size.

Join a new community.

When you move to a brand new home, you'll get an opportunity to make new friends and be part of an emerging community. In an established street, properties change hands less, which makes it harder to break into the social network

Your home. Your way.

When you buy a second hand home you might have to put up with the previous owner's choice of kitchen or bathroom. But when you buy a new home, you can often choose the fixtures and fittings that you really love.

Safe and Sound.

New homes are designed to adhere to high building standards. These standards relate to every aspect of a building's construction including its structure, ventilation, sound insulation, electrical and fire safety, so you can enjoy living in a safe and secure environment.