It’s that time of the week again, time for our beautiful dream homes. This week we’ve seen some incredible houses and here are the ten that topped our lists. Which of these is your dream house?.
The first house on this week’s list is a delightful detached property with panoramic seafront views and sits close to Killyleagh harbour. The property has been lovingly extended by the current occupants to provide the perfect place for relaxed family life. On the ground floor, there is an open plan living area with views of Strangford Lough, dining space, attached snug and doors through to a country-style kitchen with attached WC and utility. On the first floor, there are four generous bedrooms. The two front-facing bedrooms benefit from unspoilt sea views and ensuite bathrooms. Further to this, there is a large family bathroom and a store in the hall. To the rear of the property, there is a large rear garden which is partially paved and has a driveway which extends down the side of the property – making it perfect for those who have small yachts, kayaks or canoes!
View 3 Net Walk here.
Next up, is a fabulous red brick terrace in the Lisburn Road area of South Belfast. This property has been tastefully renovated inside and out and offers a stylish and contemporary place to call home. When you enter the property, you’re greeted by an entrance porch which leads to a grey living room with under stair storage, electric stove with hearth and mantle and wooden shutters. There is an industrial-style kitchen with stainless steel finishes and inset sink. On the first floor, there are two good-sized bedrooms and a modern family bedroom with statement tile wall and corner shower. To the rear of the property, there is a covered lean-to which is decked and plumbed for a utility.
View 3 Ashley Drive here.
House number three is an impressive Edwardian family home on the Upper Lisburn Road in South Belfast. On the ground floor, there is a hallway leading to a lounge with multi-fuel stove and bay window, living room with inset fireplace, utility, WC, and an open plan kitchen space with attached dining room, bi-folding doors, integrated appliances and kitchen island. On the first floor of the property, there are four generous bedrooms including a master bedroom with ensuite shower room with rain dance shower. To the front of the property, there is a gated driveway with parking for up to four cars and a small courtyard to the rear.
View 19 Upper Lisburn Road here.
The next property on this week’s list is a newly built detached property in Portavogie, County Down. Set on a fantastic corner plot in the latest phase of the popular ‘The Tides’ development, this four-bedroom chalet bungalow offers a huge amount of living space in a quiet, coastal village. On the ground floor, there is a living room with a wood burning stove, family room, bathroom, utility and a large country-style kitchen with a kitchen island for family dining. Further to this, there is a bedroom on the ground floor, three bedrooms on the first floor and a shower room. The property is one of the last five sites available and offers the perfect base for family life.
View 34 The Tides here.
We’re halfway through the list, and house number five is a traditional period townhouse in East Belfast. Set across three floors, this property is set just off the Belmont Road and offers a fantastic location due to its proximity to many schools, restaurants and amenities. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a hallway which leads through to a bright and spacious living room running through to a dining room. There is a modern galley kitchen with integrated oven and grill, stovetop and plenty of under counter space. On the first and second floors, there are five good-sized bedrooms, three with original polished floorboards, and a family bathroom. To the rear of the property, there is a rear courtyard that leads through to a garden with mature trees, shrubs and hedging.
View 21 Wandsworth Road here.
House number six is something a little different! Previously a Post Office, this B1 listed property is a local landmark and offers a quirky living space in Ballyroney. On the ground floor of this property, there is a tiled entrance which leads to a lounge with open fire, living room, WC and a kitchen diner with oil-fired AGA stove built into a central kitchen island. On the first floor, there are four generous bedrooms including a master with ensuite and a family bathroom with double shower. To the rear of the property, there is a large paved area with separate stone outbuildings – perfect for a home, office, gym or a small business venture.
View 1 Tirkelly Hill Road here.
The Upper Lisburn Road is proving to be a highly desirable address on this week’s list. This recently renovated family home offers a sensational place to live with fantastic links to the City Centre and is close to Finaghy train station. The property sits behind an electric gate and offers a spacious, open plan living for a growing family. On the ground floor, there are two good-sized reception rooms, WC and a recently extended kitchen/living space with sleek handleless cabinetry, island and double sliding doors to the rear garden. Upstairs, there are two large double bedrooms including a master with bay window, a third smaller bedroom and a large family bathroom. To the rear of the property, there is also a fully enclosed garden which is laid in lawn.
View 92 Upper Lisburn Road here.
House number eight is a detached red brick property in Gilnahirk, East Belfast. This property offers a huge amount of space and is the perfect blank canvas for a couple or young family to put their mark on. Internally, the property has a welcoming hall area, a spacious living room, an open plan lounge, kitchen, dining room and a downstairs fourth bedroom or optional study. The kitchen is fitted with modern units and has an inbuilt oven with extractor hood. On the first floor, there are three well-proportioned bedrooms and a family bathroom. Not only does the house offer a huge amount of potential for the prospective owner, but it also benefits from a fantastic location and is in the catchment area for many good schools and nurseries.
View 20 Gilnahirk Crescent here.
The penultimate house on this week’s list is another red brick semi-detached property in South Belfast. This attractive property in the Stranmillis area is located close to Annadale Embankment and offers a fantastic location close to the City Centre. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a tiled hallway which leads through to an open plan dining lounge with electric fire, bay window and French doors through to a modern kitchen with dark wood cabinetry and granite worktops. Upstairs, there is a bright landing leading to two double bedrooms, a third box room and a good-sized shower room. To the rear of the property, there is a large garden which is laid in lawn with a decked area, raised beds and plenty of room for a shed.
View 7 Willesden Park here.
The final house on this week’s list is a cottage-style detached property in the ever-popular village of Comber, County Down. The property has been well-cared-for and offers a tastefully decorated home that will suit the style of many buyers. On the ground floor, there is an entrance porch which leads to a central atrium with l-shaped staircase. Off this is the country-style kitchen with hardwood cabinetry, Belfast sink and integrated appliances. Further to this, there is also an open plan living and dining room with gas fire and patio doors to the rear. On the first floor, there are three spacious bedrooms including a master with ensuite bathroom and a luxury bathroom with free-standing bathroom and oak vanity unit. There is a compact courtyard garden to the rear and generous parking to the front.
View 15 The Old Mill Race here.
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