Chantry Gardens, Station Road, Greenisland
A stunning range of 3 & 4 bedroom homes with stylish turnkey finish
Contemporary Styling For Modern Living
A delightful combination of exceptional detached and semi-detached homes designed with a hint of Art Deco styling. A stunning collection of family homes offering discerning homebuyer's quality and luxury that meets the needs of a modern lifestyle.
Set in an ideal location just off the Station Road, Greenisland, on the outskirts of Jordanstown, this unique, superbly designed development offers home buyers superior quality and style with added convenience.
Stunning Family Homes With Modern, Contemporary Turnkey Finish
From superior internal and external finishes to the magnificent choice of quality bathrooms, kitchens, tiling and flooring, every Lotus home is built with comfort, style and elegance in mind.
Our Selection Of Quality Turnkey Partners Will Help You Add The Finishing Touches To Create Your Perfect New Home
With high performance double glazed windows, highly efficient gas central heating and the added luxury of a multi-fuel stove you will be able to spend a lot more time and a lot less money enjoying the comfort of your new home.
Located only 7 miles north-east of Belfast and 3 miles south-east of Carrickfergus, the excellent transport links including the train station approximately ½ a mile away, regular bus route and nearby access to the M2 motor way via the Shore Road, makes this the ideal location for those wishing to escape the city life with a short commute to work each day.
For those travelling further afield George Best City Airport is located just 9 miles away and Belfast International Airport, less than 20 miles.
The area also boasts a good range of primary, secondary and grammar schools within a 4 mile radius and the University of Ulster, Jordanstown campus is very close by.
The Knockagh Monument, located on top of Carn Hill above the semirural village of Greenisland was initially erected in remembrance of the men from County Antrim who had died in the First World War. Although the foundations of the monument were laid in 1922, four years after the war had ended, it was not completed until 1936. After the Second World War (1939 – 1945), it was dedicated to those from the county who had fallen in both wars.
On Your Doorstep
The village of Greenisland stretches in its entirety from the foot of Carn Hill to the Shores of Belfast Lough. Local amenities include a Library, Community centre, Golf Club and Cricket Club and a number of local churches and shops. A small shopping parade in nearby Whiteabbey boasts an excellent selection of Shops & Cafe's.
Lough Shore Park provides an idyllic location for those seeking to relax by the water's edge. The attractive surroundings make it a great place for visitors to spend a few hours enjoying the views or walking the many coastal pathways. During the summer months the park hosts children's entertainment and a Viking boat race in June.
Other popular visitor attractions close by include Castle Lug and Carrickfergus castle.
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Greenisland, BT38 8UE