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|Site 3 Parsons Gate||POA||1,035 sq. feet|
|Site 7 Parsons Gate||POA||1,035 sq. feet|
A DEVELOPMENT OF TURNKEY HOMES
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Nestled on the Western banks of the River Bann, Portadown has a history built around local industry, and it still retains a strong market town character today; from the local butchers, greengrocers and bakeries, to the bustling high street and busy cafés.
Once dubbed the ‘hub of the North’, Portadown also remains a popular town for commuters thanks to its central location and excellent transport links, being within easy reach of the M1 motorway and regular bus and train connections to Belfast and Dublin.
Yet the beauty of this location stretches even further, to the variety of outdoor spaces and activities nearby, including golf, cycling, rugby, football and boat clubs, Craigavon Lakes, and a scenic 20-mile cycle path along the Newry Canal Way, meandering all the way down to Carlingford Lough.
Comprising a range of contemporary designed semi-detached houses and townhouses, Parson’s Gate boasts a unique semi-rural location on the outskirts of the town, offering the perfect balance between convenience and comfort.
These new homes are characterised by spacious, modern interiors with high-quality fixtures and fittings for practical family living. With private gardens to the front and rear, the home exteriors are also finished in a contemporary blend of brickwork and render, fitting comfortably into the surrounding environment.
Add to all of this the development’s proximity to local shops, amenities and transport connections, and you have everything could ever want in a new home. Modern, convenient and relaxed living - perfect for first-time buyers.
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