Phase One of Hagan Homes’ £3.25m development of 24 homes at ‘The Rocks’ in Portrush (Dhu Varren Park, BT56) has sold in record time. Since the showhome opened on Sunday 17 June 2018, 16 houses were sold in just 16 days.
James Hagan, Founder and Chair of Ballyclare-based Hagan Homes, discusses:
“The showhome opening at The Rocks, Portrush was Hagan Homes most successful ever with approximately 400 people visiting that afternoon. We have seen unprecedented levels of interest in the properties with all 16 homes from the first phase now sold.
“Hagan Homes purchased the site in October 2017 and started refurbishment of the 24 four and five-bedroom homes in December 2017. The first phase of homes will be completed by September 2018 while Phase 2 with the remaining eight homes will be announced shortly. The overall development is scheduled to be handed over by December 2018.”
Approximately 30 construction jobs have been created through the development.
James Hagan adds:
“The Rocks, Portrush offers not only the perfect ‘home away from home’, but also a remarkably tranquil setting and beautiful scenery to be enjoyed year after year, come rain or shine. Lying at the doorstep to one of the top-rated Blue Flag beaches in the UK and a wealth of unspoilt scenery and natural beauty, The Rocks boasts an endless variety of activities for the entire family to enjoy throughout the whole year.”
Mr Hagan continues: “The demand for superior homes in Northern Ireland, which offer value for money, remains extremely high. Hagan Homes build affordable, quality, stylish homes and we are renowned for our attention to detail and the emphasis we place on the finer details both internally and externally. By utilising an expert team of top architects, landscapers and building professionals, you are guaranteed a home of which to be proud.”
For further information on The Rocks, Portrush please contact Armstrong Gordon on 028 70 832000 or www.armstronggordon.com
Hagan Homes is a family-run, award-winning company that has built over 4,000 homes across Northern Ireland since it was established almost 30 years ago