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Property of the week - Oakfield Park, Jordanstown Road, Jordanstown

By Stephanie Bell

Published 16/06/2016

The amazing homes have the added bonus of being situated in a prime coastal location just a short trip from Belfast
The amazing homes have the added bonus of being situated in a prime coastal location just a short trip from Belfast
All properties on the development will have private driveways
The emphasis at Oakfield Park is on delivering a welcoming home environment which enjoys the best in design
The emphasis at Oakfield Park is on delivering a welcoming home environment which enjoys the best in design

If you ever hankered after the relaxed pace of life which comes with living by the coast but still need to be near the city then one of the new properties in Oakfield Park could be the home of your dreams.

Launched just last week, this new development offers the best of both worlds - a quiet location on the shores of Belfast Lough just a short commute to Belfast.

Tucked in a peaceful setting, Oakfield Park is in a naturally secluded site surrounded by mature trees and open garden space close to the shore.

This exciting new development is expected to have wide appeal for families, those downsizing and first time buyers.

Phase 1 will set the scene for the development with a mix of five house types framing the entrance and a tree lined open garden area.

Each house type offers a range of accommodation, with garden rooms and garages available on selected sites. You will have the option of choosing between three, four and five bedroom homes.

Internally the houses will be finished to a high standard with bespoke kitchens, contemporary bathrooms and your choice of premium wall and floor tiling and carpets.

With high quality finishes and fittings throughout, the emphasis is on delivering a welcoming home environment which enjoys the best in design.

There are 14 houses available in the first phase which are expected to be ready for occupation by late August. In total around 100 houses will be built.

The developers are determined to create an idyllic living environment and as you enter Oakfield Park you can expect tasteful and contemporary landscaping, combining traditional planting with a modern approach. In keeping with the mature setting and existing trees, outdoor spaces and gardens will be practical and innovative.

All properties have private driveways and gardens will be planted with grass and low level shrubs where applicable.

As well as quality homes the beauty of the location is expected to be a big draw.

In an area renowned for its prime coastal location and easy commute, Jordanstown is much sought after and Oakfield Park aims to offer that enviable, and often exclusive perfect work-life balance.

Just seven miles from Belfast, you get the benefits of living on the shores of Belfast Lough while also being within easy commuting distance to the city and the surrounding areas.

The railway station is only a short walk from your front door and with regular services to Belfast taking only 15 minutes you can spend less time commuting and more time enjoying the shore line and panoramic views.

Surrounded by trees and open spaces you are never far from the coastal walks, play parks and local amenities.

The bustling high street of Whiteabbey village offers an abundance of local shops and amenities while nearby Greenisland and Carrickfergus offer a wider range of restaurants, shopping and services.

With Carrickfergus Marina nearby, children and adults can enjoy life on the water as well as life living by the water.

The Ulster University has excellent sports and leisure facilities with membership open to residents of Oakfield Park.

Belfast Telegraph

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