Broomhill Park, Belfast :: Shared Description
This is a quiet street that forms a loop from the southern side of the Stranmillis Road. The houses are all detached and large in size.
Most houses were built in 1926 with a few being added in the following few years. The original residents were among Belfast's wealthiest citizens at the time - one of the very first being a certain Professor Hummel of Queen's University.
Broomhill Park is characterised by the mature trees and the cobbled gullies on both sides.
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Created: Thu, 18 Mar 2010, Updated: Thu, 18 Mar 2010
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