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Sell your House Fast Armagh

National Homebuyers have a dedicated purchasing team covering all areas throughout County Armagh & The North.

Our Armagh representatives have an unrivalled level of expertise in the local housing market in County Armagh and are on hand to help you achieve a stress and chain free, quick house sale in Armagh.

If you live in the Armagh area and wish to sell your fast then contact National Homebuyers’ Armagh team on 08000 443 911, Request a Call Back at the top of any page of our website, click Get Offer or complete our online form to get a no obligation cash offer to buy your house in Armagh.

National Homebuyers Armagh

Unlike many other companies that buy houses in Armagh, National Homebuyers are a direct cash house buying company, meaning we will buy your house in Armagh directly from you for cash.

This not only allows you to sell your home quickly, it also avoids all the hassle that can often arise when selling property in Armagh by other means.

Also, we buy any house in Armagh, regardless of condition or location and irrespective of your reasons for selling.

Following a fast, detailed and no obligation valuation, we guarantee to make a genuine cash offer to buy your house in Armagh. So If you would like to sell your house fast  in Armagh then contact us today.

Armagh

Armagh is the county town of its eponymous county in Northern Ireland. Granted city status in 1994, Armagh is also the ecclesiastical capital of Ireland and has an approximate population of 14,500.

Armagh House Prices & Redevelopment

As with much of the rest of Northern Ireland, property prices in Armagh have been showing very slight signs of improvement as of late, though average prices overall are very similar to what they were two years ago. It is also worth noting that the housing market crash in Northern Ireland that followed the global financial crisis has recently been described as among the worst in the world, as such it is going to take a very long time for prices to return to anything approaching pre-crash levels.

There are currently several ongoing regeneration programmes, principal among which is the current redevelopment of Armagh Gaol, which is being developed into a mixed use development that includes shops, apartments and a sumptuous hotel and spa. Several other areas, including the town centre, the former PSNI site in South Armagh and the St Luke’s site, are also the focus of exciting rejuvenation projects.

Armagh Culture Attractions

Armagh is one of very few cities in the world that has two cathedrals of the same name and, unsurprisingly, they are both named for Saint Patrick. The Church of Ireland Cathedral was constructed in 445 and has been associated with the Anglican Church since the Reformation, the Roman Catholic Cathedral was built in the second half of the 19th century. The former women’s prison is a noteworthy example of the Georgian architectural heritage for which Armagh is famous. Having said that, later additions to the former gaol are unmistakably Victorian. Other notable sites include the Armagh Observatory, the Armagh Planetarium, the Archbishop of Armagh’s Palace (which now serves as the local council offices), the Palace Stables heritage centre, Armagh Public Library on Abbey Street, Armagh Market House and Armagh County Museum.

Armagh is also home to several recreational sites that are extremely popular with tourists, such as Gullivers Soft Play, Scallywags, Peter Pan’s Neverland, Superdrive Karting and AWOL Adventure Activities in Emyvale. Located in the heart of Armagh’s Market Area, The Shambles is a local hotspot that is famous for its nightlife and vibrant cultural scene.

Armagh Tradition & History

The hallowed site of Eamhain Mhacha was extremely significant to the ancient pagans that once occupied Ireland and, according to legend, it was once the capital of all of Ulster, until it was deserted in the 1st Century CE. The site was dedicated to Macha and, as a settlement began to grow up on the hills nearby, that too took its name from the Celtic goddess, becoming known as ‘Ard Mhacha’, which means Macha’s height. Having been Anglicised to ‘Ardmagh’, this eventually became Armagh. Apocryphal stories relate how Armagh became Erin’s capital following the arrival of Christianity because St Patrick founded his primary church there. To this day, the town remains the ecclesiastical capital of the country, being the seat of the Primates of All Ireland for the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of Ireland.

During the Irish War of Independence, Armagh was the site of a high profile assassination of a Royal Army Constabulary sergeant in January 1921 and the venue for a widely attended rally addressed by Michael Collins and Eoin O’Duffy in September of the same year. The town also suffered greatly during The Troubles in the second half of the 20th Century.