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Wexford scheme should interest first-time buyers

When selling agent Hooke & MacDonald released the second phase of Riverchapel Wood near Gorey in Co Wexford last May, 63 houses, apartments and bungalows were sold despite the slowdown in the property market.

20th September, 2008

When selling agent Hooke & MacDonald released the second phase of Riverchapel Wood near Gorey in Co Wexford last May, 63 houses, apartments and bungalows were sold despite the slowdown in the property market.

This weekend, further units are on sale with starting prices of €169,500.

Interest is expected from first-time buyers who are seeking a family home in Wexford at an affordable price in the current economic climate. According to the agent, a number of...

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