It’s time for our favourite part of the week, time for our dream homes! On this week’s list, we’ve got ten sensational properties from across the province, including a converted church dating back 1814 and a perfect investment property on the Malone Road for a DIY enthusiast. Which of these charming properties would you like to call home?
The first house on this week’s list is a truly exceptional property in Helen’s Bay, Co Down. This is a very rare opportunity to purchase a Victorian property with a self-contained annexe to the rear. Situated close to the station and only a short walk to the beach and Crawfordsburn Country Park and the coastal path, this property offers an excellent location and a fantastic place to call home. On the ground floor, there are three reception rooms, family bathroom, utility and spacious maple kitchen with island and a bay window. Further to this, there are five bedrooms, bathroom and two attic rooms which could be used as an office or storage. To the side of the main property, there is a self-contained property which provides a generous one-bedroom property with kitchen-diner, family bathroom and a double height lounge with a wood burning stove. These properties sit on a full-enclosed lot with gated driveway and a beautiful garden with patio.
View 6 & 6a Church Road here.
Next up is a charming semi-detached property in the Stranmillis area of South Belfast. This fantastic property has been recently extended to provide an incredible living space for a growing family. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a bright hallway which leads to a downstairs WC and an open plan living, dining and kitchen area. The kitchen area is blissful, with fully integrated appliances and German cabinetry. On the first floor, there are three good-sized bedrooms and a new family bathroom which has beautiful marble tiled finish and bespoke grey cabinetry. Further to this, there is a fully enclosed rear garden and a single garage.
View 29 Hillside Crescent here.
The third house on this week’s list is a modern detached property in Ballygalet close to Portaferry on the Ards Peninsula. This attractive property was built only three years ago and has been beautifully decorated throughout. On the ground floor, there is a generous lounge with open fire, a family bathroom, bedroom and an open plan kitchen with patio doors and a sitting room which is perfect for family life. On the first floor, there are two further bedrooms and a modern shower room. To the rear of the property, there is a fully enclosed garden with decked area and a garden laid in lawn.
View 1 Olivers Close here.
This next property is something a little special. As a former church, this property exudes a certain charm and it has been beautifully restored and extended by its current owners. The original dwelling dates back to 1814 and a modern wing was added to the property about 10 years ago and the two different styles have been married together seamlessly. The property offers a beautiful living space within the original church building, including a mezzanine master suite and open plan kitchen and living space on the ground floor. Further to this, there are four further bedrooms, three of which are ensuite and bi-folding doors to a patio area at the rear of the property.
View 48 Tattykeeran Road here.
The halfway mark on this week’s list is a beautiful stone property in Dungannon, County Tyrone. Set on a quiet cul-de-sac close to Dungannon Park, this property offers semi-rural living close to Dungannon town centre. Set across two floors, this property offers all the grandeur that you would expect from a period home. On the ground floor, there is a large lounge which leads through to an open plan kitchen with bespoke cabinetry, exposed oak trusses and a large island topped with granite. Further to this, the property boasts five double bedrooms, including three ensuite bathrooms.
View 7a Ballynorthland Park here.
The sixth house on this week’s list is an opportunity to buy a new build luxury property in an excellent location in Craiganlet, which is in commuting distance to Holywood & Belfast. The property will provide an excellent location and an outstanding place to call home. On the ground floor, there are two reception rooms, utility with WC and an impressive kitchen and living area with two bay windows and a bespoke kitchen with full height doors to the patio. On the first and second floors, there are four double bedrooms and two family bathrooms. Not only that, but there is an exceptional master suite with ensuite shower room, dressing room and walk-in wardrobe. Outside the property, there is a south facing patio, surrounding gardens and a garden folly building.
View Barneswright House here.
Next up is a stone terraced property in the Beersbridge area of East Belfast. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a tiled hallway leading to a lounge, dining room, shaker style kitchen and a downstairs bathroom. On the first floor, there are two good-sized bedrooms with dormer windows in each. This property would be excellent for a first-time buyer or an investor for a buy to let property due to its excellent location which is only a stone’s throw from Connswater Shopping Complex and bus routes to the City Centre, Dundonald & Greater Belfast.
View 55 Bloomfield Avenue here.
House number eight is a fabulous detached property in Gilnahirk, East Best. This spacious property sits on an elevated site and enjoys panoramic views over Belfast and Stormont Estate. On the ground floor of the property, there is a generous living room, laundry room, pantry and a modern kitchen which leads through to a bright sunroom with patio doors. Further to this, there are four good-sized bedrooms all of which have built in wardrobes. On the lower ground floor, there is a storeroom, den and a large garage with room for a workshop. Outside the property, there is a large wrap around patio, lawn and a huge driveway with parking for multiple cars.
View 4 Chruch Wynd here.
The penultimate house on this week’s list is an impressive period home in Bangor Town Centre. This semi-detached property has been lovingly restored by its previous owners which means it has all the character you would expect from a period home but with all the necessities of modern life. On the ground floor, there is a cloakroom with WC, lounge with bay window, dining room, and a kitchen with an open plan casual dining area and family room with stove and patio doors. On the first and second floors, there are four bedrooms, one of which is ensuite, and a large family bathroom with free-standing bath and corner shower. To the rear of the property, there is a fully enclosed garden laid in lawn and a garden room which could be used as an office or summer house.
View 13 Farnham Road here.
The final house on this week’s list is a fantastic property on the Malone Road in South Belfast. This property offers the perfect opportunity for someone to modernise a period home to suit their own individual tastes. When you enter the property, you’re greeted by a bright hallway with stained glass windows which leads to a lounge with bay window which leads through to a dining room, a kitchen with dining area and a covered rear store (potential for a side return extension if building control/planning was received). On the first floor, there are two good-sized bedrooms, a third smaller room which could be used as a nursery or office and a family bathroom. Outside the property, there is a detached single garage and a mature garden to the rear with boundary hedging and shrubs. Can you see the potential? We can!
View 210 Malone Road here.
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