123 Main Street, Newcastle BT33 0AE

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Price List & Availability

Type Price Units (avail.)
The Peston - Render / Brick 3 Bed Semi-detached house Sale agreed POA 3 (0)
The Peston - Brick / Render 3 Bed Semi-detached house Sale agreed £172,500 2 (0)
The Harland 3 Bed Semi-detached house SOLD 1 (0)
The Alnwick 3 Bed Semi-detached house Sale agreed £167,500 1 (0)
The Peston - Render 3 Bed Semi-detached house Sale agreed POA 1 (0)
The Cranston 3 Bed Semi-detached house Sale agreed £159,950 3 (0)
The Alnwick (Mourne View) 3 Bed Detached house Sale agreed £195,000 1 (0)

Additional Information

This new development consists of detached and semi-detached homes with spacious, contemporary interiors and a turnkey finish for practical, modern living to suit you. Each home is extremely energy efficient and uses improved insulation - inline with new building regulations and to top it off they benefit from photovoltaic (PV) panels which converts sunlight into electricity.

Situated just off the Dundrum Road, Bromley Green is conveniently located for easy access to all of the local shops and amenities in Newcastle.


It is also just a stone’s throw away from Murlough Nature Reserve, where you can trace the winding paths and boardwalks through the dunes, woodland and heath to be rewarded with a breathtaking beach and panoramic views as far as the eye can see.

These new homes would be perfect for first-time buyers, young families and downsizers looking to lay down roots,
or for anyone looking to purchase a home away from home in an exceptionally peaceful setting with breathtaking scenery.

A unique setting where you can truly live, both inside and out.


Framed by the Mourne Mountains sweeping down to the sea on one side, and the rocky outcrops of Dundrum Bay on the other, it’s easy to see why Newcastle is such a sought-after place to live. Yet this coastal town offers more than just beautiful backdrops. It is also home to a bustling main street with independent shops, cafes, restaurants and boutiques, not to mention the world-famous Royal County Down Golf Course and one of the most spectacular beaches in Northern Ireland.

But whether it’s a hike up the mountains, a cycle through Tollymore Forest Park, or a morning walk along the beach followed by a coffee in town, there’s no denying that this is an area for embracing the outdoors and all that it has to offer. As far as coastal living goes, it doesn’t get much better than this.