Woodville Gate, Lurgan

From £142,000 to £170,000
From £142,000 to £170,000

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A select development of high quality, spacious detached and semi-detached villas built to the latest building regulations with high levels of insulation which will make them kinder to the environment and more ecenomical to heat. Woodville is an established mature area of high quality housing convenient to the town centre and main transport links including Lurgan railway station and the M1 motorway.

Three exciting new designs on this prestigeous development, ranging from 1,090 sq. ft. to 1,300 sq. ft. (approximate)


Fitted luxury kitchen units.
Utility room units standard in types B and C.
Fitted sanitary ware including en-suite.
Fireplace P.C. sum £500 from nominated supplier.
Pine internal doors and moulded skirtings in types B and C.
Internal walls decorated.
Bitmac driveway.
Mains natural gas heating system with combi boiler.
White P.V.C. double glazed window frames.
White P.V.C. fascia and soffit boards.
Facing brick finish.



2,500 affordable homes to be bought through Co-Ownership thanks to new £50m financing deal
Co-Ownership Housing's £50m financing secured with Bank of Ireland and Barclays represents the largest single funding arrangement for a housing association in Northern Ireland to date.

The 2,500 affordable homes to come through this new 4-year deal will mean reaching the 25,000 mark for the number of Co-Ownership homes provided since the scheme was set up in 1978 to help people struggling to get on the property ladder.

Alan Crowe, Co-Ownership Housing's Chief Executive, sets the scene:

"In 2009 we secured a 3-year financing deal with Bank of Ireland and Barclays for £48m to deliver 1,500 affordable homes for government. We met our target, providing 1,548 homes in total worth £185m. That work was hugely valuable in supporting our economy and therefore local jobs. This new funding arrangement enables Co-Ownership Housing to play a further significant role in the affordable housing market going forward. During 2012 so far Co-Ownership homes have accounted for 6% of residential house sales in NI, and 19% of new build sales. "

"It's possible thanks to the government grant injection last year of £100m over a 4 year period" explains Alan. "We project that we can help at least 700 households to buy a home this year and maintain a much needed strong, stable, presence in the local market over the full 4 year period while it moves towards recovery".

Property Purchase Projections
Year Homes
2012/13 700
2013/14 700
2014/15 700
2015/16 450


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