The Salmon Leap - NEW PHASE RELEASED SOON. Contact Pauline at our office for further details.
The Salmon Leap offers beautifully designed homes, each with Hagan Homes’ high quality and stylish turnkey package, including a stylish, fully ﬁtted kitchen and modern bathroom suite, meaning you have little to do once you move. Hagan Homes are renowned for their attention to detail and the emphasis they place on the ﬁner details both internally and externally. By utilising an expert team of top architects, landscapers and building professionals, you are guaranteed a home in which to be proud.
In addition to its tranquil location, The Salmon Leap is less than a mile away from The Riverside Regional Centre, which contains major chains such as Sainsbury’s, B&M, Costa Coffee and B&Q, as well as dining and takeaway options. The Jet Centre, considered the North Coast’s premier entertainment hub, is also located here, with a cinema, arcade, bowling, mini golf and soft play area. The coastal towns of Portrush and Portstewart are just a fifteen-minute drive from Coleraine and offer an abundance of things to do. Royal Portrush has a reputation as being one of the best Links golf courses in the world and visitors are spoilt for choice when choosing a beach walk; the East and West Strands in Portrush and Portstewart Strand are close to hand. The area is developing a national reputation amongst ‘foodies’ due to the quality of its restaurants and cafés peppered along harbour fronts, beaches and promenades, offering fabulous spots to relax in and enjoy a variety of local produce.
Commuters have bus and rail links to major destinations in Northern Ireland, including Belfast and Derry/Londonderry. The A26 road upgrade between Ballymena and Ballymoney is also set to provide a quicker and easier commute by road. The Salmon Leap, Coleraine is the latest development from Hagan Homes offering residents the opportunity to live in an area of outstanding natural beauty just outside the beautiful town of Coleraine. Situated off the Castleroe Road, the site occupies the former Salmon Leap Hotel on the edge of the River Bann.