We have a real slice of rural beauty this week in our main feature home.
Spectacular gardens surround this modern home in Dundrod, which sits in a former historic estate where two of its original stone cottages still stand within the grounds.
The property offers true escapism with its five acres of grounds which include two acres of woodland and an orchard.
The house was built in recent times and is high spec with many fine finishes and large, open, bright rooms.
On pages four and five we are pleased to announce the launch of a new phase in the ever-popular Hartley Hall development near the Lough Shore at Greenisland.
The Shorelands offers a wide choice of homes from semis to detached and apartments, which are all ready to move into.
Built by leading local developer Hilmark Homes and designed by renowned architect Des Ewing, these elegant homes combine quality craftsmanship with a beautiful living environment.
Meanwhile the clock is ticking towards the closing date for the 2016 Belfast Telegraph Property Awards.
This major celebration of every aspect of the property industry will be held in the Ramada Hotel, Shaws Bridge, in Belfast on November 18. To be in with a chance to celebrate your company’s success the deadline for entries is 12 noon this Monday, October 24.