Belfast Telegraph - Propertynews - - News - Prop­erty Cor­re­spon­dent Stephanie Bell stef­bell@hot­mail.co.uk

THE ever pop­u­lar seaside town of Holywood has seen some­thing of an ex­plo­sion in house build­ing in re­cent years and an at­trac­tive new ad­di­tion to the land­scape is Pri­ory Point.

The strik­ing new apart­ment com­plex of­fers con­tem­po­rary and lux­u­ri­ous liv­ing.

There are only five apart­ments in to­tal and two re­main in­clud­ing the fab­u­lous pen­t­house which oc­cu­pies the en­tire top floor and en­joys sea views.

The spec­i­fi­ca­tion is sec­ond to none in both homes which are hi tech with ven­ti­la­tion and heat re­cov­ery sys­tems of­fer­ing op­ti­mum com­fort and re­duc­ing en­ergy bills.

On pages 4 and 5 we have a quaint his­toric home which re­ally is unique.

The Old School House dates back to the 17th cen­tury and has the dis­tinc­tion of be­ing the old­est for­mer school in North­ern Ire­land.

As a home, it is as charm­ing as they come and beau­ti­ful Gothic arched win­dows are a real fea­ture of the out­side and in.

It sits in two acres of ma­ture gar­dens in a peace­ful ru­ral part of Clough yet is handy for Belfast, Dow­nap­trick and New­cas­tle.

Our Must View house be­low is an­other beauty in the cen­tre of the vil­lage of Craw­fords­burn.

Shar­man Lodge was built in 1914 and has re­cently un­der­gone a top class restora­tion.

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