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10 dream homes for sale in Northern Ireland, 10th August 2018

It’s that time of the week again and we’ve got 10 incredible properties for sale in Northern Ireland to share! This week, we’ve fallen head over heels for some period properties from across the province including a celebrity home, a mansion with coastal views and also a wildcard semi-detached property in Cotton. Which of these properties would you like to call yours?

1. Sheridan Drive from Reeds Rains

Sheridan Drive from Reeds Rains

The first house on this week’s list is 23 Sheridan Road in Helen’s Bay, County Down. Helen’s Bay is a seaside village with fantastic links to Belfast; benefitting from incredible beaches and woodlands. Sheridan Drive offers a truly remarkable place to call home with panoramic views of Belfast Lough and its very own access to the coastal path. Set across two floors, this impressive home boasts three reception rooms, a kitchen with pantry, utility and four generous bedrooms which enjoy the beautiful vista of the Lough.

View this property here.

2. Shigar from Templeton Robinson

Shigar from Templeton Robinson

Next up, is another spectacular property which has received a lot of media attention about the property’s previous owner which you can read about here. Shigar is a four-bedroom detached property which lies on a leafy street in Crawfordsburn, County Down. Set on an elevated site, this property enjoys beautiful views and a contemporary interior. Inside the property, there are five generous bedrooms, three reception rooms and features a cinema room, sun terrace, putting green and patio.

View this property here.

3. Bailie Park from Vision Property

Bailie Park from Vision Property

House number three is a charming semi-detached property in Cotton, County Down. Bailie Park enjoys a beautiful rural location with the benefits of a modern interior and fantastic links to Bangor, Newtownards and Donaghadee. On the ground floor, there is a large lounge with multi-fuel stove and French doors through to a modern kitchen, WC and sunroom with dining area. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms, two of which have built-in storage and a modern bathroom. Not only that, but there is also a large garden and a fully insulated shed which is currently used as a hot tub house!

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4. Magheraboy Brae from McAfee

Magheraboy Brae from McAfee

The coast is calling us! 23 Magheraboy Brae is a stunning semi-detached property located close to Portrush town centre. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a bright hallway leading to lounge, a kitchen with dining area and French doors to the garden. Upstairs, there are three bedrooms including a master with ensuite and a family bathroom. To the rear of the property, there is a family-friendly garden with patio area and raised deck.

View this property here.

5. Warren Vale from John Minnis

Warren Vale from John Minnis

Here it is, house number five! This newly built detached home is located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac off the Warren Road in Donaghadee, County Down. With over 3000 sq footage, this property boasts a huge amount of space for a growing family. The accommodation is bright, well-proportioned and has many unique features including arched windows and vaulted ceilings. This property is perfectly positioned with ease of access to Donaghadee and is close to the harbour and lighthouse, shops, cafes, restaurants, golf club and sailing club.

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6. Wandsworth Road from Simon Brien

Wandsworth Road from Simon Brien

House number six is a fantastic Tudor style property in Ballyhackamore, East Belfast. This beautiful period home offers a stylish interior matched with many original features. Wandsworth Road is one of the most desirable locations in East Belfast and is close to many eateries, schools and great links to the city centre. On the ground floor, there are two generous lounges with original fireplaces, utility, cloakroom and an impressive open plan kitchen area with a central island and French doors to the garden. Upstairs, there are five double bedrooms, a study and a family bathroom.

View this property here.

7. Edgcumbe Gardens from Fetherston Clements

Edgcumbe Gardens from Fetherston Clements

What’s not to love about a red brick period home? Edgecumbe Gardens is an impressive detached property in Sydenham, East Belfast which enjoys a generous corner plot. Inside the property, there are spacious proportions throughout the rooms and many original features including cornicing, picture rails and fireplaces. Whilst this home will need to be renovated to bring it up to date, there are many beautiful features and a great amount of flexibility to make this accommodation even better!

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8. Moyallon from Rodgers & Finney

Moyallon from Rodgers & Finney

House number 8 is another impressive 1930s building and this time it’s in Belmont, East Belfast. On the ground floor, there are two living rooms, a dining room, a kitchen with breakfast area and access to a garden room and a utility/WC. Upstairs, there are four double bedrooms and a family bathroom with a four-piece suite. This property is finished to an exceptional standard and also boats a mature garden which has been perfectly landscaped with paths and borders.

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9. Rosetta Road East from Online Estate Agents NI

Rosetta Road East from Online Estate Agents NI

The ninth house to make this week’s list is Merton in the Rosetta area of South Belfast. This attractive period home is set on a delightful corner plot surrounded by mature trees. Once you enter the house, you’re greeted with a bright porch and hallway leading to the three generous reception rooms and a dining kitchen with attached utility and WC. Upstairs, there are three spacious bedrooms, a fourth smaller bedroom and a bathroom with separate WC. Outside the property, there is a detached garage and a low maintained garden.

View this property here.

10. Upper Knockbreda Road from Mayers Real Estate

Upper Knockbreda Road from Mayers Real Estate

The final house on this week’s list is another fabulous property in South Belfast. This dreamy 1920s home was built to house heroes after the war and is steeped in history. On the ground floor, there are three reception rooms, cloakroom with WC, a kitchen with pantry, utility and a sunroom which is currently used as a dining room. On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms including a master with ensuite, a smaller fifth bedroom and a spacious family bathroom.  To the rear of the property, there is a good size garden with raised deck and a summer house.

View this property here.

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