Tuesday September 22, 2020

First houses in Cork scheme come to market

Dublin-based Centurion Homes wasn’t resting on its laurels when it bought a five-acre site from Eircom in Cork’s Ballintemple area in 2016 for a reported €4 million

14th October, 2018
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The Aylesbury development, of which 14 houses are on sale

A good game’s a fast one, and Dublin-based Centurion Homes wasn’t resting on its laurels when it bought a five-acre site from Eircom in Cork’s Ballintemple area in 2016 for a reported €4 million.

The developer applied for planning permission to build 74 houses on the site. It began building last spring and has just released the first tranche of about 14 homes at the scheme, which it called Aylesbury,...

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