Belfast Telegraph

Lesleywood development: Show house ready for viewings in Seahill, Holywood

Lesleywood is a stunning new development in Seahill, Holywood designed and developed by the renowned property development company Lesley Residential.

Lesleywood is a collection of 10 luxury detached and semi-detached homes within a popular residential location. 

Comprising 10 generously proportioned, four bedroom properties, the layout of each home has been meticulously designed to maximise both natural light and space.

Finished to an impeccably high standard of turnkey specification, they are complemented by an elegant, traditional façade.


Seahill is an established, mature location on the North Down coast which combines the concept of modern family living along with the convenience of the highly regarded area’s many amenities and recreational pursuits.

The location is ideal for those wishing to commute via road or public transport with a local railway halt offering links to Holywood, Bangor, Belfast and beyond.

Having gone on release in the last week, Templeton Robinson is pleased to have just 4 out of the 10 left to sell.

We’re so excited to release this show house in Lesleywood. The Lesley brand is synonymous with high quality finishes and this fabulous showhome has taken things to another level. Aidan McMahon, Templeton Robinson

The brand new Lesley Show House is ready for viewings this week: Thursday 3 May 5:30pm to 7:30pm and Sundays from 2pm to 4pm.

The show house is one of our detached four-bedroom house types. It boasts a stunning kitchen-dining-living area to the rear which opens out to your own private patio and garden.


Two of the four double bedrooms feature en-suite bathrooms. There are three bedrooms on the first floor and a large master suite on the second.

Aidan McMahon, of Templeton Robinson, said: “We have had a huge amount of interest and excitement around the launch and this has been evidenced by having 6 sites out of the 10 booked already”.

Daily News Headlines Newsletter

Today's news headlines, directly to your inbox.


From Belfast Telegraph

Back to top