Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast

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Inspired by the architecture of Campbell College, Lacefield draws it's name from the intrinsic link with the schools founding father, Henry James Campbell, the 19th century linen trade magnate.

Designed in an early Victorian style the architecture and finish at Lacefield pay homage to gothic revivalist styling, reminiscent of the era, reflected in the antique red brick, granite features and sharp pitched roof lines.

Bay windows, high ceilings and generous proportions give the homes at Lacefield an inimitable feel of prewar housing and modern layouts have been cleverly combined with the highest quality interiors to offer all the convenience desired for contemporary living.

The Development

Set amidst towering Oaks in quiet seclusion every property at Lacefield has been painstakingly designed and constructed to emote the traditional, elegant aura of the development's unique location on the periphery of Campbell College and Cabin Hill School.

A development of four chapters, The Avenue, The Courtyard and The Coach Houses are constructed sympathetically around the showpiece Mansion House, a building of refined style, opulence and grandeur.

Devised and implemented with the task of complimenting the surrounding environment as the forefront concern for all involved this breathtaking scheme sets a new benchmark for quality housing in Northern Ireland.

Quality Of Build

Antrim Construction Company has painstakingly selected a range of skilled craftsmen to achieve their vision for every element at Lacefield.

Skilled stonemasons, bricklayers and roofing specialists have been commissioned to ensure quality and attention to detail is not compromised at any stage during the build plan.

Antrim Construction Company's experienced Site Manager brings decades of construction knowledge to the project and the collaborative approach of the management team at Antrim Construction Company, their advisors and those on the ground, results in a quality of finish that is second to none.

Internal finishing craftsmen have been selected based on their ability to offer immaculately completed workmanship through joinery, tiling, and fitting of quality electrical and plumbing systems.