|Address||Beech, Birch, High Trees, Donaghadee|
|Price||Prices from £165,000|
|Site a High Trees||£165,000|
DISCOVER A BREATH OF FRESH AIR
Combining the charm of the coast with commuter convenience, Donaghadee offers a breath of fresh air as a place to call home. A bustling town, with a thriving local community in County Down steeped in history and full of charm. Known as the ‘Dover of Ireland’, this scenic town enjoys a coastal location and one of Ireland’s most picturesque harbours to enjoy on weekend strolls.
EMBRACE LOCAL LIVING
Donaghadee offers an expansive range of excellent restaurants and independent shops, as well as a dynamic lifestyle for families who can enjoy this coastal location, along with the local sports clubs which form a big part of the community.
CONNECT WITH EASE
Its proximity to both Bangor and Newtownards, as well as being within commuting distance of Belfast, makes this a popular location for many.
‘High Trees’ is located behind the iconic High Trees in Donaghadee and is within walking distance of the town centre and a short distance to the shore front. Within the development there will be approximately eight acres of ‘green space’ giving the development a feeling of space as well as creating areas for all to enjoy.
The homes are traditional in their construction, with a meticulous attention to detail in their design, materials used and finishes.
A development consisting of a selection of three and four bedroom, detached and semi-detached homes, which will appeal to a range of buyers, from first buyers to those seeking their forever home.
What’s on offer in Donaghadee & the surrounding area?
Donaghadee has lots to offer in terms of shops, restaurants and cafes. A town that is now a popular destination for dining out with Pier 36, Grace Neills, Bull & Claw, Harbour & Company and Bridewell Café, to name just a few.
There is a range of sports clubs with Golf, Rugby, Tennis, Sailing, Football, Cricket and the increasingly popular activity of sea swimming, along with many beach walks and hidden treasures such as Portavoe Reservoir, ideal spots to enjoy the great outdoors.
From Donaghadee you could either head further down the coast along the Ards Peninsula and visit the various quaint towns and villages, taking advantage of some of the more remote beaches or a visit to Mount Stewart.
Alternatively, you could head towards the larger towns of Bangor and Newtownards and avail of all they offer in terms of shopping, eating and socialising.
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