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Posted on 24 March 2023
Donaghadee named Best Place to Live in Northern Ireland by The Sunday Times
According to the Sunday Times Donaghadee is the best place to live in Northern Ireland. This beautiful scenic coastal town is renowned for it's friendly buzz. With a host of coffee shops, restaurants and also the oldest pub in Ireland - we can see why it's been awarded the best place to live

Check out some of our listings in the area:
📍 1 Merchant House Mews
Merchant House and Mews Cottages, is an authentic Georgian restoration and new build that includes a two bedroom Pied-a-terre homes onto the market.
Residents will be delighted by the retainment of many original features and attention to detail, emulated throughout the Mews Cottages, that is seldom found in modern developments.
Historical journals record the main building from circa 1770 in arguably the most distinctive period of architecture, and an era characterised by symmetry, balance and proportion.
Merchant House and Mews Cottages retain a unique residential composition because a remarkable combination of artistry and skill has delivered homes where style and sophistication reign supreme.

📍 1 Rocklyn Place:
1 Rocklyn Place is a tidy semi-detached home situated within this popular development just outside of Donaghadee.
The accommodation comprises of a living room, kitchen with dining space, utility room and downstairs WC. On the first floor are three bedrooms, bedroom one with en suite and family bathroom.

📍 11A, B/C & D New Street:
The property comprises the Market House a two storey B1 listed building, built around 1819. There is a small vacant area on the ground floor with the remainder let as a cafe. The upper floor which is approached by a magnificent staircase retains many original features and could, subject to necessary consents, be suitable for conversion to residential use.
The cafe trading as Saint & Scholars is let on an internal repairing lease at £6,600 per annum terminable on 30th September 2023.
The former tennis court has full planning consent for the erection of 4, two storey semi-detached dwellings with gardens. The subject site measure circa 0.2 acre and is set in a highly popular area, within short walking distance to the stunning North Down coastline and its beautiful coastal walks. The approved planning offers buyers the superb opportunity to build what is highly popular cluster of homes with bright and airy accommodation throughout set in this highly desirable and popular location.