Buying a house in Lisburn

The city of Lisburn has one of Northern Ireland’s strongest property markets, perhaps thanks in part to the fact it is just eight miles from Belfast, but with more affordable house prices for commuters.

It’s not only the proximity to Belfast that makes Lisburn such a sought after location though, it’s one of the main towns and cities in the country for shopping, it has an impressive variety of entertainment and culture, and its schools are second to none.

Things to do in Lisburn


Irish Linen Center

Explore Lisburn’s vast textile history, and enjoy the award-winning exhibition ‘Flax to Fabric: the story of Irish Linen’ along with live spinning and weaving demonstrations

Island Arts Centre

Lisburn’s cultural hub, the Island Arts Centre is home to a 100-seater state-of-the-art auditorium that hosts a range of live performances including plays, musicals and bands; plus educational workshops in the arts.

Bow Street Mall

Bustling Bow Street and adjacent Lisburn Square offer an eclectic mix of shops that have always attracted shoppers from far and wide, while Bow Street Mall boasts more than 40 local and multi national retailers.

Hilden Brewery

Hilden Brewery is the oldest independent craft brewery on the island of Ireland, situated in the beautiful 19th century courtyard of Hilden House. Visit the Tap Room restaurant, or take a guided tour of the brewery; and don’t forget to book your tickets for the annual Hilden Beer and Music Festival

Down Royal Racecourse

On the outskirts of Lisburn, Down Royal Racecourse is Northern Ireland’s premier horse racing destination, hosting events all year round and offering first class hospitality facilities and brilliant entertainment for race goers.

Balmoral Show

Northern Ireland’s largest agri-food event takes place in Balmoral Park, Lisburn in May each year, and is always a fantastic day out with something for all the family to enjoy.

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