Hillview Lane

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  • Private development of three stunning detached homes
  • Four Bedrooms
  • Passive Principal Design
  • Full Turnkey
  • Driveway parking
  • Beautifully landscaped surroundings
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Maison Real Estate are pleased to offer for sale 'Hillview Lane', a private development of three beautiful four bedroom detached homes traditionally finished to the highest standard and constructed using the principles of meticulous Passivhaus design.   Unlike others, GP Developments along with Setanta Construction are producing a product truly unlike no other, asthetically and thermally superior. A fully Passive House construction is available upon instruction, prior to internal plastering. These exclusive properties are available full turn key, finished to a high specification using local suppliers.


All walls, ceiling, doors, skirting and architraves painted

Hall and Livingroom:
Hallway and livingroom floor finished with an Oak effect herringbone

Wood burning stove with black granite hearth, Laminam chamber surround and stove surround in Quartz - two up rights and mantle

Kitchen and Utility:

Kitchen floor finished in stone effect tile.  Choice of colours in nominated tile.  

Integrated Fridge Freezer, Dishwasher, electrical hob and integrated oven and grill

Free standing condensing tumble dryer and free standing washing machine

Downstairs WC:

Floor tiled as per kitchen/utility

Walls finished with a white splash back

Stairs, Landing and Bedrooms:

Carpeted throughout


Tiled floor as per showroom examples.  Walls 1/2 height tiling and full height in shower.  50mm wide border at half height all around.

Sanitaryware and fittings fitted - on display in showroom


Tiled floor.  1/2 Height tiling and full height in shower.  50mm wide border at half height all around.

Saintaryware and fittings fitted - on display in showroom


Part paved and landscaped with part lawn.  Driveway parking.


What is a Passive House?

Passive house is a voluntary, ultra-low energy construction standard developed over 10 years ago by Dr Wolfgang Feist of the PassivHaus Institute Darmstadt, Germany. Often the "Passive House" label is applied to many buildings in the wrong context, as it is synonymous with a superior building method. However a building may only be afforded this title and associated logo should it comply with the strict building code as set out by the Passive House Institute. 

The core focus of PassivHaus design is to dramatically reduce the space heating and cooling demand for new buildings. This is done so by a "fabric first" approach and a lesser reliance on the often favoured renewable energy technologies. 

The "fabric first" method, as illustrated in the infographic above demonstrates the key principles to a Passivhaus design.

Insulation and thermal bridging

All building elements to have very low U-Values of between 0.1 & 0.15W/m²KAll significant thermal bridges designed out


The building is to have air leakage rate of 0.6 air changes per hour (current building regulations allow for 10 air changes per hour)

Mechanical ventilation and heat recovery

Heated (or cooled) fresh, filtered air being continuously delivered into the house via a heat exchange unit to maintain a constant warm room temperature

Specific standards for windows and doors

  • The only obvious difference to that of a normal construction are triple glazed units. Even on a cold winter's day, a seat beside a window such as this will cause no discomfort due to temperature stratification.
  • Due to their design triple glazed windows also provide some sound proofing for free!

The result of adherence to these guidelines will be that of an extremely comfortable, healthy environment. With continuous fresh air and a constant temperature of 20°C in any part of the building, the inhabitants can be satisfied in the knowledge that their building is "future proof", as current building regulations play catch-up.

The inhabitants can also expect to enjoy reducing space heating demand by up to 75% compared to that of traditional construction techniques and even up to 90% compared to typical building stock.

At GP Developments they are able to wear the PassivHaus logo with much pride as their design team have been trained and certified by the PassivHaus Institute, meaning that they can offer consultancy design services or an entire build to the PassivHaus building standard.



6 minute drive to M1
8 minute walk to St Patrick's Primary School
15 minute walk to Dungannon Primary School
15 minute walk to Royal School
15 minute walk to Dungannon Leisure Centre
16 minute walk to Dungannon Town Square
17 minute walk to Saint Patrick's Academy