From the minute you enter The Mill Village, you know you're somewhere special.
In the late 18th century, Comber businessman John Andrews established a linen bleach green, corn mills and a flour mill, followed by a flax spinning mill erected by his grandson in 1864. As a result, the town of Comber flourished, and although the Mill stopped production in 1997, there's a palpable fondness for the buildings at The Mill Village that have been the heart of the town pf Comber for centuries.
The original buildings have been beautifully restored and preserved, and were transformed into apartments for 21st century living, complete with residents' pool, sauna and gym. Homeowners at The Mill Pond get to enjoy these fabulous facilities too, and we can't think of a better way to kick start the day than a swim under the original vaulted ceiling of the Linen Mill!
We've sold 70% of the Mill Pond, with a limited selection of homes still available.
Our Showhome will be closed on Sundays during the Summer, however you can arrange a private viewing at a time that suits you, by emailing us: email@example.com