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Hagan Homes starts work on £3.5m Ballyhackamore scheme

Hagan Homes’ director of sales and acquisitions Jim Burke with Colin Johnston from G-Force Contracts. Picture: Stephen Hamilton/Press Eye

BALLYCLARE house builder Hagan Homes has begun work on an 18-home development in east Belfast.

Ebrington Hall is a range of two-bed apartments in the Ballyhackamore area, and the construction phase of the £3.5 million scheme will create 28 jobs.

G Force Contracts will undertake the project on the Newtownards Road, which will be completed next May, when the first resident will move in. Apartments will be priced between £185,000 and £200,000.

Hagan Homes' director of sales and acquisitions Jim Burke said: “Ebrington Hall is the epitome of city living and we expect demand to be high. Ballyhackamore is a Belfast district that is very much in demand with home buyers, whether that's first time movers or downsizers seeking a new home.

“We've focused on style when it comes to this project, with craftsmanship and modern style marrying to create a truly stunning home.

“We have also installed smart technology that allows Ebrington Hall to offer the most convenient living spaces on the market. We expect demand to be high and look forward to inviting prospective residents in January 2022 when we launch our show home.”

Ebrington Hall is the fourth development for Hagan Homes in the east Belfast area, alongside Ballyoran Heights, Ashdene Wood and Medway Street.

Ashdene Wood, a £5.5m project for the company in Dundonald, is due to be completed in 18 months, with the first resident moving in this autumn.

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