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Site 16 Lakeview Meadow, Lurgan, BT66

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4 Beds
2 Receptions

Location of Site 16 Lakeview Meadow

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Entrance Hall
Lounge - 15’2” x 10’9”
Family - 10’11” x 10’2”
Kitchen/Dining - 19’10” x 10’10”
Utility Room - 7’3” x 5’10”
WC max - 7’2” x 5’10”


Master Bedroom max - 12’9” x 10’11”
Ensuite - 7’6” x 4’7”
Bedroom 2 - 10’11” x 9’11”
Bedroom 3 min - 12’11” x 9’4”
Bedroom 4 - 8’10” x 7’2”
Bathroom min - 7’3” x 7’2”


Nestled near the southern shores of Lough Neagh, Lurgan’s history is deep-rooted in the celebrated linen industry. 

Centuries have passed, and yet this thriving town has retained the same tight-knit community that once centred around the spinning mills, drawing people to work from near and far. 

It goes without saying that there’s a story at every corner of this town. From Brownlow House and the Master McGrath statue, to Lurgan Town Hall and the folklore of Marjorie McCall, this is a town steeped in a wealth of history. 

At Lakeview Meadow you don’t have to travel far to enjoy an abundance of beautiful urban spaces. From a leisurely stroll through Oxford Island National Nature Reserve or Lurgan Park, to a round of golf on Lurgan Golf Course or a boat trip setting sail from Kinnego Marina, take the time to embrace the great outdoors in an area of outstanding natural beauty. 

What’s more, Lurgan is a prime location for commuters, with its close proximity to the M1 motorway and excellent rail links to all major towns and cities.


This new development at Lakeview Meadow perfectly encapsulates the rich history of Lakeview House which is mentioned in the beautifully written book the Linen Houses of the Bann Valley.

Walk through the mature parkland entrance leading to Lakeview Meadow, and you can feel the history of the ancient linen industry. As something truly special, this development pays homage to the excellence of Lurgan’s fine linen, and offers a place where homeowners can become part of the story.

Designed to turnkey specification, Lakeview Meadow offers a collection of detached and semi-detached homes, suitable for first or second-time buyers, young professionals and growing families.

This striking development is also just a short drive away from an excellent selection of local amenities. From convenience stores, boutiques, cafés, restaurants and pubs to leading primary and secondary schools, health and recreational facilities and sports teams, Lakeview Meadow boasts the perfect balance between convenience and relaxed family living. 

Lakeview Meadow – make your own stories. 


Property Costs

  • Status: For Sale
  • Fixed Price£182,500
  • Stamp Duty: £1,150*

* Stamp duty rates provided as a guide only. Additional charges may apply. Please refer to the tax service's website for more information.

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