It’s everybody’s favourite time of the week again, dream homes time! This week we’ve got some incredible properties for sale from across Northern Ireland. From a detached Victorian house in Gilnahirk to a recently renovated apartment, we’ve got it all! Which of these properties would you like to call yours?
The first house on this week’s list is a recently built red brick townhouse in Lisburn, County Antrim. On the ground floor, there is a good-sized lounge with bay window, electric fire and polished tiles, a shaker style kitchen with integrated appliances, a sunroom with French doors and a garden with outdoor bar. On the first floor, there are three generous bedrooms and a family bathroom with shower over bath and floating sink. In front of the property, there is a paved driveway with plenty of room for parking!
View 23 Magheralave Meadows here.
Next up is a middle terrace home in the seaside town of Ballyhalbert, County Down. 39 Well Road has excellent proportions throughout and benefits with a coinvent location close to the shoreline. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a bright hallway leading to living room with wood burning stove, a shaker-style dining kitchen, family bathroom, and access to a covered patio area. Upstairs there are three bright, well-proportioned rooms and to the rear of the property, there is a generous garden and the potential to add a sunroom (subject to approval).
View 39 Well Road here.
The third house on this week’s list is a prominent double-fronted Victorian property in the Gilnahirk, East Belfast. Set across two floors, this property has three generous reception with bay windows, under stair WC, kitchen, four good-sized bedrooms and a family bathroom with separate WC. Whilst this property would require full refurbishment throughout, it benefits from charming period features including cornicing, tiled entrance hall, ceiling roses and more! Not only this, but the property also benefits from a mature site with sweeping driveway and an array of outbuildings.
View 25 Gilnahirk Road here.
House number four is a traditional terraced property in Ballyskeagh, County Antrim. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a bright lounge with stone fireplace which leads through to a grey kitchen with integrated appliances. The stairs lead to a spacious landing leading to three well-proportioned bedrooms and a beautiful shower room with statement tiles and walk-in shower. To the rear of the property, there is an enclosed rear garden and garage. This property benefits from a great location close to Lisburn and with fantastic links to the City Centre.
View 15 Sandymount here.
The halfway mark on this week’s list is a fantastically priced first-time home in Newtownabbey, County Antrim. This end-terrace property benefits from a fantastic location close to many amenities and schools. On the ground floor, there is a lounge with electric fire, beech integrated kitchen and a generous dining room. Upstairs, there are three good-sized double bedrooms and a modern shower room with corner shower. To the rear of the house, there is a mature garden with shrubs and trees. The house is very reasonably priced and will appeal to a range of buyers.
View 28 Rathmore Drive here.
Up next is a truly show-stopping property in Cultra, County Down. Located only a stone’s throw from the shore and close to Marino train station, this property has an incredible location and a whole lot to offer. Set across two floors, this double fronted Victorian home boasts five bedrooms, three reception rooms and a mature garden which extends for 0.6 acres. This property has a magnificent living area with casual dining which is open to the kitchen. The space is perfectly planned with full-length windows and an island with Gaggenau appliances.
View 4 Old Cultra Road here.
House number 7 is an attractive red brick terraced property in the Woodstock area of South Belfast. Recently refurbished, this property offers the perfect place to live for a young couple or as a rental opportunity. On the ground floor, there is a living room with laminate flooring which leads to a dining area and integrated kitchen with slate grey cabinetry. Upstairs, there is a half-tiled bathroom with four-piece suite and two good-sized double bedrooms. To the rear of the property, there is an enclosed rear yard.
View 26 Portallo Street here.
Beverley Gardens in a tradition red brick property located in Bangor, County Down. When you enter the property, you’re welcomed by a large, bright hallway leading to a lounge with electric fire and patio, a dining room and a bright, shaker-style kitchen with great views of the garden. Upstairs, there are three good-sized bedrooms and a family bathroom with shower over bath. To the rear of the property, there is a fantastic garden with paved patio and edged lawns with hedging. Beverley Gardens is a quiet suburban area close to many schools and only a short walk to the town centre and Ballyholme beach.
View 35 Beverley Gardens here.
The penultimate house on this week’s list is a charming semi-detached property on the Ballynahinch Road in Lisburn, County Antrim. On the ground floor, there is a bright hallway leading to a lounge with open fire and bay window, a large kitchen dining area with plenty of storage and a door to the garden. On the first floor, there is a large master bedroom with bedside pendant lighting and a second bedroom with original fireplace and picture rail. Further to this, there is a family bathroom with four piece suite. To the rear of the property, there is a fully enclosed, paved garden with an outhouse for utilities.
View 114 Ballynahinch Road here.
The final property on this week’s list is part of a recently refurbished apartment complex in Fortwilliam, North Belfast. This attractive one-bedroom apartment is the perfect place for a young professional or a couple who’d like to live close to the City Centre. There is a large double bedroom, bathroom and an open plan kitchen living space with Juliet balcony and shaker-style cabinetry with integrated appliances. Fortwilliam Grange is accessed by Fortwilliam Park which is one of Belfast’s best old addresses and is characterised by its leafy feel and period charm.
View Fortwilliam Grange here.
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