Can you believe it? We’re nearing the end of October and the nights are getting longer. This week, we’ve got 10 incredible properties to share with you. From an outstanding property on the outskirts of Drumbo to turnkey period property on the Malone Road, this week highlights some of the finest properties for sale on Propertynews.com. We’ve fallen head over heels for house number eight, a new build in a prominent South Belfast location but which one is your favourite?
The first house on this week’s list is an incredible property in Glenavy, County Antrim. With over 8,300sq ft and 3 acres of gardens, this property offers a huge amount of accommodation and an excellent floor plan. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a grand atrium with a staircase which leads to four generous reception rooms and an extensive dining kitchen. Further to this, there is an internal gym, two utility rooms, WC and a triple garage. On the first floor, there are five ensuite bedrooms, a sauna and steam room, study and a garden room with a balcony. Not only that, but the master bedroom has an extensive dressing room and walk-in wardrobe.
View 1 Edenturcher Road here.
Next up is an attractive period home in the ever popular Belmont Road area. This attractive detached property has a whole lot of character and has a very charming exterior. On the ground floor, there is an entrance hall and porch which leads to a living room with stained glass windows and open fire. There is a further dining room with half bay conservatory and a leads through a horse-shoe kitchen. On the first floor, there are three double bedrooms, two of which have built-in wardrobes and a bathroom with a shower over the bath. Whilst this property could benefit from some modernisation throughout, it offers a huge amount of potential for prospective buyers and a fantastic location!
View 92 Belmont Church Road here.
House number three is a classic period home nestled in the leafy streets surrounding Belfast Castle. Lismoyne Park is in an ideal location and only a short walk from the Antrim Road. When you enter the property, you’re greeted by a glorious hall with muted grey and blue tones and a statement herringbone floor. This leads through to a large lounge with fireplace and sash windows. There is a second living room with an exposed brickwork finish, impressive dining room and a modern kitchen. Further to this, there is access to an outdoor patio area and a gym. On the first floor, there are five double bedrooms, including a master with ensuite and walk-in wardrobe, and a modern family bathroom.
View 19 Lismoyne Park here.
Next up is an attractive, detached bungalow on a mature site close to the rear gates of Stormont. This impressive family home offers a truly unique place to call home in a highly sought-after area. When you enter the property, you can see that there are two distinct wings, one of living and one for relaxing. At the heart of the home, is a generous living room with beautiful views over the garden and a polished stone fireplace. There is also a large dining kitchen, a separate dining room, two double bedrooms, a master with ensuite and a family bathroom with separate WC. Massey Park is a very deceptive property and offers a huge amount of space and potential for prospective buyers.
View 20 Massey Park here.
The halfway mark on this week’s list is a truly exceptional property on the Malone Road in South Belfast. This property is a truly unique offering and is period home with a turnkey finish in one of Northern Ireland’s most desirable locations. Set across three floors, this property has been finished to the highest standards throughout. The finish blends the property’s original period features with all of the latest modern comforts for a unique twist on period living. With five double bedrooms, three reception rooms and a bespoke Nobilia kitchen with lacquered finishes, quartz worktop and integrated appliances. With over 3,500 sq ft of living accommodation, this property offers an exceptional place to call home.
View 68 Malone Road here.
The sixth house to grace this week’s list is a magnificent property situated in the delightful village of Drumbo, County Down. This is a very rare opportunity within the Northern Ireland property market to acquire a property of this size and grandeur. The property is set on a large elevated plot and is approached by a sweeping gated driveway. This incredible property radiates out from a double-height hallway which leads through to The Leaves’ five reception rooms and five bedrooms. Not only that, but there is also an outdoor pool and a substantial gym, making this property ideal for loves of fitness and the outdoors.
View The Leaves here.
At Propertynews.com we’re a big fan of Belfast’s redbrick terraces which sweep through the City. When you enter the property, you’re greeted by a bright hallway which leads to a front lounge with original open fire and bay window, a rear living room with side return extension and a galley kitchen with butcher block counters and high and low-level cabinets. On the first floor, there are two good sized bedrooms with original cast iron fireplaces and a third smaller bedroom. To the rear of the property, there is a long garden laid in lawn and a patio area with external coal shed.
View 40 Bloomfield Gardens here.
The next house is a beautiful newly built property in Finagh, South Belfast. This is a rare opportunity to purchase a newly built property outside of a development. Finaghy is a popular commuter area of Belfast. On the ground floor, there is an inviting hallway with WC and access to a large lounge with wood-burning stove. At the back of the property, there is an extensive integrated kitchen with casual dining area and separate utility. This leads through to an open plan lounge space with patio doors to the rear garden. On the first floor, there are four generous bedrooms including a master with ensuite shower room and a well-proportioned family bathroom with free standing bath.
View 93a Finaghy Road South here.
The penultimate property on this week’s list is a detached property in East Belfast and close to Stormont Estate. On the ground floor, there is a bright hallway leading to a downstairs WC, a living room with bay window. There is also a lounge with open fire and access to the garden and a dining kitchen with integrated appliances. On the first floor, there are four bedrooms with generous proportions and a family bathroom with walk-in shower. There is also an internal single garage, utility room and a fully enclosed rear garden with a charming patio area.
View 1 Netherleigh Park here.
Finally, the last house on this week’s list is a semi-detached period home in Ormeau area of South Belfast. This property has been recently updated providing a stylish and practical home in a period setting. On the ground floor, there is a lounge with bay window and open fire, a lounge with a wood-burning stove and a modern fitted kitchen with handless cabinetry. The kitchen also has access to the rear garden. On the first floor, there are two good-sized bedrooms, another smaller bedroom and also a shower room with a hot press. The most noteworthy feature is the fourth bedroom on the second floor of the property. It benefits from which has a dormer window making the room feel very bright and spacious.
View 83 Ardenlee Avenue here.
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