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We are excited to introduce our development which is situated at the banks of the River Foyle. There will be a collection of luxury family homes which will be left to a turnkey finish of the highest standard.
Ideally situated on the outskirts of Derry City Centre it will offer the best of city life together with a village feel. Being only a short distance from all the facilities and amenities Derry City has to offer, you can also avail of all the activities close by including a day out at Foyle Golf Centre or maybe discovering all that Culmore Country Park has to offer – and with you also being close to the Donegal border you can take advantage of the beautiful countryside and scenic drives available.
Our commitment to quality and customer care has been shown in Newpark Homes recent developments at Lough Shore Manor Enniskillen, Carnhill in Irvinestown & Lockwood Court in Ballinamallard. As we continue to grow our aim is to provide high quality homes and be respected as a caring company who provides excellent customer care.
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|Site 3 Coneyville||Sold|
|Site 4 Coneyville||Sale agreed|
|Site 7 Coneyville||Sold|
|Site 8 Coneyville||Sold|
|Site 11 Coneyville||Sale agreed|
|Site 12 Coneyville||£195,000|
|Site 15 Coneyville||Sold|
|Site 16 Coneyville||Sold|
|Site 17 Coneyville||Sold|
|Site 18 Coneyville||Sale agreed|
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