Lisburn Area Guide

Local Area Guide from Reeds Rains Lisburn, County AntrimLocal Area Guide from Reeds Rains Lisburn, County Antrim

The property market in Lisburn is strong, and demand is consistently strong for all property types. There is an excellent mix of residential property on offer including a large selection of new homes suited to both first time buyers and families alike. The average house price for Lisburn is just over £180,000 and it would be one of the strongest performing markets in Northern Ireland as a whole in recent years in terms of house price growth.

There is a good mix of residents including first time buyers, families, young professionals and retired in the Lisburn area given all types of property are on offer.

Given our prime location in Lisburn itself, we sell property in all parts of the Glengormley area and other nearby areas such as Hillsborough, Dromore and Annahilt.

A 2/3 bedroom property in the Lisburn area tend to achieve in the region of £475-£500 on average per calendar month on rent. For larger semi-detached and detached properties rents start from approx. £600-650 pcm. The larger properties in the area such as 4 bedroom semi-detached or detached homes will tend to fetch over the £800 mark. 

Lisburn has become one of the main towns/cities in Northern Ireland for shopping. Bow Street Mall, on Bow Street, houses over 70 stores, many eateries (including a food court) and a multi-storey car park with over 1000 spaces.

The nearby pedestrianised city centre has numerous local independent shops such as McCalls of Lisburn, Smyth Patterson and Greens Foodfare, as well as many national and high street fashion stores. Lisburn Square, located off Bow Street, is an almost outdoor shopping centre. It houses many high street stores as well as bars, restaurants and cafes.