Saint Annes Wood

3 Beds
Price on Application

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Welcome to St Annes Wood, an exclusive development in the centre of Donaghadee

Saint Anne’s Wood gave Omni Architects the opportunity to design a high quality residential development for the heart of Donaghadee Town centre. The development’s central location will enable the future residents to enjoy easy access to the town’s retail outlets, “The Commons” parkland and coastal walks. The design brief was clear from the outset that every element of the scheme was to be of the highest standards, from the house type plans and elevations to the landscaping and planting. As a result, Saint Anne’s Wood will integrate seamlessly into Donaghadee urban fabric. This will enable all of the residents to enjoy the benefits of town centre living together with easy access to North Down’s spectacular coastline.

Donaghadee has been described as one of the best kept secrets of the Ulster coastline, an ancient gem of a town which has somehow managed to preserve much of its past glory while keeping pace with the times. It has changed little in the past century, calmly retaining its charm and character in a fast changing world.

Situated on the east coast, about 18 miles from Belfast and about 8 miles north east of Newtownards, Donaghadee is probably best known for its lighthouse and harbour. The harbour is made up of two independent piers and these days is used mostly by pleasure craft. It is also home to Donaghadee RNLI Lifeboat Station.  Donaghadee contains a number of highly regarded pubs and restaurants. Grace Neill's on Main Street is, according to the Guinness World Records, the oldest public house in Ireland which in 2004 received the Michelle Erdvig "Dining Pub of the Year". Along the seafront is Pier 36, a restaurant and pub which was 2006's Pub of the Year.

Within the town there is also regeneration of the retail trade with craft shops, art galleries and antique shops becoming more numerous in addition to traditional businesses. The brand new childrens playground is very popular on summer days.

Sport is well catered for with an 18 hole part links and parkland golf course, rugby club, tennis club, bowling club and sailing club to name but a few. The club has recently undergone a redevelopment and in May 2009 the new clubhouse was opened, making DSC one the best sailing centres in Northern Ireland.

Specification

• Traditional Brick and block cavity construction
• Heritage clay facing brick with flat concrete tiled roof
• upvc double glazed windows
• Feature solid hardwood front door
• Fully landscaped gardens planted with native tree species to enhance the woodland location
• phoenix natural gas heating system
• modern white skirtings and architraves throughout
• flush ash veneer doors with contemporary chrome furniture
• high levels of insulation in the roofspace, walls and floors to conform with new regulations
• decorative flagged patios and paths
• bitmac driveways
• outside tap
• NHBC 10 yr guarantee
• connection charge for water and electricity to be paid for by the purchaser