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Property: Gallion Glen is another star performer in Cookstown

Cookstown is a place renowned for aiming high when it comes to business, construction, tourism and retail.

When Northern Ireland’s only dark sky observatory is built near Beaghmore Stone Circles, the district will be quite literally shooting for the stars.

But while it’s an ideal location for gazing at the skies, there is another star quality project house hunters should keep an eye on.

The Gallion Glen development on Moneymore Road has been built with the same innovation and high standards we have come to expect from an area boasting world class manufacturers.

Three types of property are available - The Primrose, Moneymore House Apartments and Foxglove - meeting a wide range of modern living options for professionals, couples and families.

Properties have a turnkey finish with quality craftsmanship, offering five areas to personalise your home. Buyers can choose tiling for their hall, kitchen, utility and bathroom floors, while there is an option for a laminate wooden floor in the lounge.

Carpets can be chosen for stairs and bedrooms, while living rooms can be equipped with either a fireplace or wood burning stove.

There is a choice of kitchen door finishes, handle finishes and engineered worktop colour, with appliances including oven hob, integrated fridge freezer and more.

Interior design boasts fully painted walls and ceilings, varnished oak doors with chromed door handles, glazed patio doors and chromed taps and shower fittings.

Homes come with ensuite bathrooms and high efficiency gas boilers, while apartments can be accessed by a lift.

Moneymore House consists of two bedroom apartments, the Primrose is a four bedroom semi-detached and Foxglove is a four bedroom detached.

All that’s left is to sit back and enjoy luxurious design blessed with effortless touches.

URBAN CONVENIENCE IN A RURAL SETTING

Cookstown’s bustling town centre - famous for its open air street market every Saturday - boasts a superb range of high street shopping coupled with a fantastic array of cafes, bars and restaurants.

With a population of over 23,000, Cookstown is one of the largest towns in Mid Ulster.

The population benefits from excellent leisure and recreational facilities to include Killymoon Golf Club in addition to rugby, hockey, GAA and football clubs - not to mention Cookstown Leisure Centre.

Further out of the town, you have other leisure attractions like Drum Manor Forest Park, Killymoon Castle, Springhill House, Lissan House, Davagh Forest Trails, Bunavan Arts Centre and the Old Cross at Ardboe.

Cookstown is also home to a range of international and global manufacturing businesses offering excellent employment opportunities. Companies such as CDE Global, Keystone Group, Copelands, Karro and Lafarge Cement regard Cookstown as their home.

For more details about Gallion Glen, visit www.paulbirt.co.uk

 

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