12th September 2023
A £32m luxury housing development in the Belvoir area of Belfast will be the last sites of its kind in the city, according to housebuilder Lagan Homes.
Construction work has already begun on The Hamptons, off Hampton Park, one of Belfast’s most sought after addresses, with 35 homes in total planned for the site.
The development, which has created 50 construction jobs over four years, is one of the most unique real estate opportunities in Belfast in recent years.
As part of the overall development, Lagan Homes is installing a linked pathway which will create direct access between Hampton Park in BT7 to Stranmillis and the wider BT9 area via the Lagan Towpath and new Noah Donnohue bridge and paths system constructed under BCC’s £5m Lagan Gateway project connecting Belfast and Lisburn and onwards. Lagan Homes is also working with BCC to assist with the council’s planned phase 2 of the Lagan Gateway project to provide a wider towpath connection between the new Noah Donnohue bridge and the wider Belvoir forest.
Nestled between Belvoir Forest and bordering the Lagan Valley National Park, an area of outstanding natural beauty, The Hamptons’ homes are traditional Georgian style detached residences starting from 2,200 sq’ ft’ to 3,600 sq ft.
Designed by local architect Alan Patterson Design and partnering with suppliers such as Robinsons, Studio 4 Kitchens, Carlanto, Armatile, Bathline, Ceco, and Lee Auston Design, the new properties are being marketed by Gerry O’ Connor Estate Agents with starting prices from £835,000 to £1,200,000.
Conor Mulligan, Managing Director at Lagan Homes NI, said: “It is rare to have the opportunity to construct homes of this standard in what is arguably Belfast’s most sought after address – Hampton Park.
“We are blessed to work alongside a team of contractors, architects, surveyors, designers that are the best in the business, and this is reflected in the quality of these homes”.
“In partnership with Belfast City Council, we’re also facilitating the expansion and development of the city’s much-loved and used greenway network, creating for the first time a seamless link between BT9 and BT7 and an unrivalled accessibility for cyclists, walkers and families to avail of the 20 plus miles of greenway and towpath along the River Lagan.”
To find out more please visit laganhomes.com