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Location of Emerald Heritage’s estate

The Glens Of Antrim are one of the Emerald Isle’s gems, where rugged, awe-inspiring coastline fuses with verdant forest and deep, hushed valleys. In a modern age where time is of the essence it could safely be said this is the land that time forgot. 

Here you can find peace. Here, set against a backdrop of stunning scenery and often eerie stillness, sits your plot. Here, in a region steeped in myth and legend, lies your very own piece of Ireland.

Emerald Heritage’s first is situated in Glendun (Glen of the brown river), seventh of the nine famous Glens Of Antrim (officially designated as an Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty).

Close to the picturesque coastal village of Cushendun, each plot is like a little slice of heaven.

The Glens Of Antrim, known locally as ‘The Glens’, runs from the edge of the Antrim Plateau to the coast. Each possesses a unique character and charm, from Glenarm (Glen of the army) to the cascading waterfalls of Glenariff (Queen of the Glens); from Glenballyeamon (Glen of Eamon’s homestead) to Glentaisie (Glen of Taisie, Princess of Rathlin Island) at the foot of Knocklayde Mountain.

The Causeway Coastal Route (One Of The World’s Great Road Journeys) is the artery, hugging the coastline as it carries you along on a personal odyssey of discovery.


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