Monday, May 22, 2006

Carrigglass Manor Launches

Local developer Tom Kearns has launched his ambitious new development at Cullyfad. The village close to Longford town is growing fast with several new developments eithier underway or in the planning stages. The development will include: Superb 18-hole championship golf course and 3-hole golf academy, co-designed by World no.3 Retief Goosen and renowned golf course architect Jeff Howes. Brand new landmark 96 bedroom four star hotel, spa and leisure complex. Carrigglas Manor will be restored to comprise 19 five star suites. The house was designed by Daniel Robertson and completed in 1840. New homes are set around a purpose built village centre within the walls of the estate and on the edge of the championship golf course. Over 600 acres of parkland and woodland offering walks, equestrian centre and leisure activities all with the security offered by a walled estate. The first phase of houses will be launching in the Autumn.
Full details are available from the Longford County Council Website.


Simon said...

Well done on the New blog. Hope it takes off for you.

Paddy said...

As a person with a disability, I becoming very despondent about trying to find a property in Longford. Ideally, I would like to find a property - a bungalow - which is not out "in the sticks" but close to the town of Longford.

I'm so frustrated at trying to find a place to live that will facilitate my needs as a wheelchair user. I also wonder how much attention is been given to the enforcement of Part M of the Building Regulations Part M, 2002. My experience of dealing with builders/estate agent/builders etc is that not only are they not too bothered about the Regulations. There is an abundance of evidence to suggest that Part M is being ignored and that those of us with disabilities are being marginalised when it comes to finding a place to live.

I'm not looking for a free house, I want to pay for it just as any property buyer would do. Through your BLOG I'm asking any estate agent who knows of a house, bungalow that is 'disability friendly'

Good look with the BLOG


Anonymous said...

Do you know much more about the developmemt? What do locals think of it?

Brendan said...

The development is getting a very positive response especially the hotel which is badly needed.

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