Nestled on the grassy shores of Belfast Lough, Greenisland has a history spanning more than four centuries. Yet this beautiful village has retained the same tight-knit, semi-rural community feel, making its great place to call home.

Whether it’s playing a round of golf at Greenisland Golf Club, sailing on the glistening waters of Belfast Lough or enjoying the panoramic view of Belfast from Knockagh Monument, a war memorial perched on the summit of Carn Hill and perhaps one of the most notable landmarks of the area, there’s plenty to do just a short drive away.

What’s more, thanks to its close proximity to various educational and recreational facilities, a variety of grocery shops, newsagents, bakeries, takeaway food outlets, cafés, restaurants, and Greenisland railway station for easy commuting into Belfast, this location offers the very best of convenience and comfort.

Situated on Upper Road, and proudly named after Mr Henry Barton, a former High Sheriff of County Antrim and the honorary secretary of the committee set up in order to erect Knockagh Momument, Barton Hall is a collection of eight large, classically designed detached homes.

These new homes are characterised by spacious modern interiors and amazing living spaces with bright and airy rooms to let the outside in. Furthermore, the addition of a Jack and Jill style ensuite shower room in each property offers extra convenience and comfort for modern family living. Four of the houses will also benefit from a private driveway leading onto the Upper Road.

A village steeped in history and charm – perfect for families looking to set up a forever home in a thriving local community.