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Price £125,000

Loughview Court Omagh

Price £125,000
Loughmacrory

Price List & Availability

Type Price Units (avail.)
S7 - Loughview Court 3 Bed Semi-detached House Price £125,000 1 (1)

Summary

  • EXCELLENT DEVELOPMENT OF FAMILY HOMES
  • THRIVING VILLAGE LIFE CONVENIENT TO OMAGH DUNGANNON OR COOKSTOWN
  • ESTABLISHED LOCAL BUILDER
  • COMPETITIVE PRICED HOMES FROM £125,000
  • CLOSE TO LOCAL LOUGH WALK AND SPORTING AND SOCIAL FACILITIES
  • MIX OF TOWN HOUSE, SEMIDETACHED AND DETACHED PROPERTIES
  • FOR MORTGAGE INFORMATION OR VIEWING CONTACT SEAN ON 07778909644

Additional Information

Loughview Court is now an established development and continues to grow. The local developer is offering a mix of semi-detached 3 bedroom and 3 or 4 bedroom detached properties well laid out in a thoughtful manner. For full details on what is currently available, contact Sean curran at The Mortgage Man on 02880760065 or text etc 07778909644 

Loughmacrory ( Loch Mhic Ruairi )

Loughmacrory is about 8 miles from Omagh in Tyrone’s ‘Lake District’ and must be one of the most appealing villages in the county. Its natural beauty, attractive surroundings and scenic routes gives it many advantages not enjoyed by other areas. If you approach the area up the Coolaharan Road, from A505 Omagh to Cookstown route, you will be amazed at the view from the top of Bauck Hill. Southwards on a clear day you can see the plateau block of the Sligo Mountains, north-westwards Bessy Bell and Mary Gray thrust their heads up proudly out of the Sperrin Range, whilst the Cairn in the west will be tempting you to go that way. In the valleys below you will see many Loughs – each with their own magical name, character and challenges. Fingrean and Loughmacrory itself cover many acres but others like Loch Na Peiste, Candlestick and Loch Na Torpogue cover only a few hundred square metres. On your left is Diarmuid and Grainne’s grave and on the hill above the Standing Stone, like a knight of old, guards the village below. The hamlet of the fifties has been replaced by a dynamic and progressive rural village with an attractive sporting, cultural and community spirit. Business is booming with over a hundred houses just completed within the village boundary itself. Plans are well advanced for the main Lough as a local amenities area.