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Seahaven Residential Park
Retirement Living for the over 55's

Available homes

Residential Lodges For Pre-Order

2 & 6 for residential lodges on Mallard Bay, views over Belfast Lough.

Price £119,000

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7a Seahaven Crescent

Stunning and affordable, two bedroom park home on Seahaven Road.

Price £129,000

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17 Mallard Bay

Serenity by the sea! Stunning 2 bed park home which offers unrivalled views across Mallard Bay and beyond.

Price £122,950

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16 Seahaven Crescent

Stunning 2 bedroom bungalow for sale on Seahaven Park Homes.

Price £199,950

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35b Seahaven Crescent

Stunning water front property. Two bedrooms, fully furnished.

Price £249,000

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Seahaven Residential Park

Seahaven Residential Park is an exclusive development, set between Groomsport and Orlock in a beautiful front line coastal location with unrivalled sea views to the Copeland Islands and Carrickfergus. The development is minutes away from Bangor’s bustling town centre and marina with an abundance of bars and restaurants and Bloomfield and Springhill shopping centres are a short drive away.

The grounds of the development are set in established coastal countryside where you can enjoy beautiful coastal walks, fresh air, peace and tranquillity. Accessed through it’s own private entrance, Seahaven Park has direct links to coastal footpaths leading to Groomsport Village in one direction and Orlock and Donagahadee in the other.

The residents use the on-site function room for a variety of group based activities and have an active social committee; these include bingo, coffee mornings, Tai Chi and quiz nights.

Other on-park facilities include:

  • Secure gated entrance
  • On-site CCTV
  • On-site park warden
  • Function Room
  • Entertainment committee

Helping you feel safe and secure is important to us, so this gated residential park has CCTV and an on-site park warden who is always on hand to help and assist whenever you need them.


Seahaven Residential Park
Seahaven Road
Co. Down
BT19 6PH

02891 464323

Things to do around Groomsport

Once your in your new home at Seahaven Residential Park there is no shortage of things to do. The area is full of places to visit and explore and has a wealth of natural history to see. Not to mention some great costal walks.

If you’re planning a visit to the local area and need some activity inspiration look no further than our recommended sites and attractions we’ve listed below.

See what life was like for a 20th century fisherman at Cockle Row

Cockle Row is a set of lovingly restored fishermen’s houses from the early 20th century. Built around 1910 the houses give visitors an insight into what life was like for local fishermen during the period.

The attraction, which is open from Easter to September, also has children’s craft stands, face painting and balloon modeling. For bird enthusiasts, two live video feeds have been set up to watch the local wildlife and there’s a small gift shop for those who want some mementos from their day out.

Take a day trip to Bangor

Bangor is right next to Groomsport and the town boasts a proud musical heritage alongside loads of shops, bars and restaurants. The town is the birthplace of Snow Patrol and Two Door Cinema club and has live music at the heart of its character.

If you’re looking for a night on the tiles and some enjoyable live music take a trip into Bangor. Just make sure you’ve brought your dancing shoes.

Walk along Ballyholme Beach

A suburban beach nestled on the edge of Bangor, Ballyholme Beach is a perfect pit stop on your way in or out of Bangor. The small beach is only 1.3km long but can provide a nice rest after a busy day and a chance to listen to the waves and ocean.

The beach has a carpark and public toilet situated at one end so it’s perfect for a beach picnic in the sun too.

Search for smluggers and vikings at Orlock point

Orlock Point is a National Trust site and a lovely sea walk. The rocky outcrop contains a patchwork of semi-natural habitats that all support a large range of animal and plant life. There is evidence of human occupation all the way back to the viking age; the walk has everything from world war 2 bunkers to hand carved tunnels from the middle ages. A great way to see the area around Groomsport and a fun day of walking.