Steeped in history, Comber is renowned as the home of the designer of the Titanic, Thomas Andrews, was famous for its whiskey distillery, linen mills, war heroes and even as the birthplace of a Northern Irish Prime Minister. In the 1930’s it was a venue for the famous TT motor race and today is a bustling modern town with a charming and friendly atmosphere.
Enler Village is located off the Newtownards Road, just minutes from Comber town centre and the abundance of amenities, facilities and activities available there. For such a small town Comber has a lot to offer its residents, and it embodies a truly inclusive community atmosphere.
A local park, leisure centre, Tesco Express, nursery, primary and secondary schools are all within close range of the development, and there is a selection of cafes, bistros and restaurants where you can enjoy some down time with friends and family.
Comber is also known for the beauty of its surrounding landscape. In addition to the stunning scenery and outdoor pursuits on offer at Strangford Lough, you can enjoy the beauty and nature at Castle Espie’s Wetlands and Wildlife Trust.
The market town of Newtownards with its shopping centre and Tesco Extra is less than 4 miles away and a host of excellent grammar schools are served by designated bus services.
One of the area’s biggest assets is the Comber Greenway, a seven-mile traffic free section of the National Cycle Network running from Comber to Belfast along an old railway line. The Greenway provides a tranquil green corridor along its course, with points of interest along the way including the CS Lewis Statue, views of the Harland & Wolff Cranes, Parliament Buildings at Stormont and the Belfast Hills. For those commuting by road, Comber has easy ‘A’ road access to both Belfast and Newtownards with bus links available to other destinations.