Carrickfergus or as it is commonly referred to locally as 'Carrick', sits on the shoreline of Belfast Lough, approximately 10 miles from Belfast City Centre. The town is predominately a commuter town offering excellent public transport facilities with both bus and rail networks. Carrickfergus boasts some superb tourist attractions with areas of natural beauty, brushing a picturesque coastline and historical 12th century Norman Castle that overshadows an ancient harbour and town centre enclosed within 16th Century stone walls
The property market in Carrickfergus is strong, and demand is consistently strong for all property types. Semi Detached properties in the general east Antrim area tend to be the region of £130,000. Detached property prices on average for this area are approx. £165,000. The highest prices properties would tend to occupy the shoreline with some large plots overlooking Belfast Lough itself.
There is a good mix of residents including first time buyers, families, young professionals and retired in the BT38 area given all types of property are on offer. Carrick has a population in the region of 27,000 people.
Carrick is probably best known for its historic Carrickfergus Castle which was bestowed upon Prince William on his Wedding day in 2011.
Given our prime location on the High Street in Carrick itself, we sell property in all parts of the BT38 area and other nearby areas such as Whitehead and Jordanstown. The main postcodes for our core business are BT38.
A 2/3 bedroom property in the Carrickfergus area tend to achieve in the region of £425-£500 on average per calendar month on rent. For larger semi-detached and detached properties rents start from approx £550-600 pcm. The larger properties in the area such as 4 bedroom semi-detached or detached homes will fetch over the £750 mark.