Cois Abhainn, a development of 70 homes was constructed in 1999 and consisted of two and three bedroom houses. The entire scheme was sold before commencement to St Pancras Housing Association now Cluid Housing.
Built in 2006 Clonmullion Retirement Village was developed to meet the growing demand for independent living. The development consisted of 50 two bed residential units, 40 bungalows and 10 apartments laid out around a landscaped courtyard with 50 on-site car spaces. The homes were finished to a 4-star standard turnkey finish.
The company developed Liddiard House in early 2000. The build comprises of three commercial units and five purpose-built student accommodation, with a turnkey finish.
A charming development Cluain Bearú, Monasterevin Road, is ideally located in the heart of development offers outstanding quality build and spacious accommodation. Cluain Bearú enjoys a convenient location within an established estate, yet close to the M9 Dublin Corridor. This development has much to offer those who seek space, tranquillity and town living. A range […]
Developed in 1996, Dargan Lawns commemorates engineer William Dargan, the Laois man with strong Carlow links who successfully executed the contract to build Ireland’s first railway from Dublin to Kingstown (Dun Laoighaire). The scheme consisted of two-storey, three bedroom houses in a quiet cul de sac.
Poacher’s Gate was developed in 1997 comprised 70 homes with 3 different house types, three-bed semi-detached, four-bed detached houses and 3 bedroom bungalows all within walking distance of Carlow town and along the banks of the river Burrin.