Homebuyers will have their first opportunity to walk through the magnificent Edwardian Pavilions at Belvoir Park when developer the Neptune Group hosts a special Phase No.2 Preview Weekend at the Shaw’s Bridge site this Saturday and Sunday afternoon.
Built at the beginning of the twentieth century, the pavilions at Belvoir Park were originally designed by renowned Belfast architects Young and Mackenzie, the firm responsible for the spectacular Scottish Provident building at Donegall Square West in Belfast as well as the Anderson & McAuley and Robinson & Cleaver department stores in the city.
Now, each of these six Grade II listed buildings will be sympathetically converted by listed building specialists Sutherland Architects into six stunning townhouses with views across breathtaking formal gardens first laid out in 1904 and being brought up to date by one of Belfast's leading landscape architects to create an amazing shared space exclusively for the Belvoir Park community.
Featuring grand entrance halls, elegant reception rooms and expansive bedrooms, each of these exceptional town houses will strike the perfect balance between contemporary design and period features, offering purchasers the unique opportunity to create a living space that is truly individual and timeless.
This latest phase at Belvoir Park will also offer homebuyers a choice of new build homes including 7 delightful Coach Houses and 2 magnificent detached Mansion Houses each influenced by the Edwardian heritage of the original site architecture. Visitors this weekend will be able to view the available sites marked out in position on the ground.
The Pavilion and Phase No.2 new build sites will be open to view from 12 -2pm on Saturday 20 February and 2-4pm on Sunday 21 February. For more information, contact Stacey Deller at Simon Brien Residential on 028 9066 8888.