This week, we’ve been welcoming November and saying hello to the stunning properties which have come to our site. From a coastal bungalow in Donaghadee to an exceptional newly built property with exquisite views of Lough Neagh. Which of incredible properties would you like to call home?
The first house on this week’s list is a fantastic semi-detached home in the Four Winds area of South Belfast. Set in the ever-popular Laurelgrove development which lies on the cusp of greater Belfast and Carryduff. On the ground floor, there is a porch which leads to a bright and generous living room, kitchen and impressive double-height sunroom. On the first floor, there is a master suite with walk-in wardrobe through to an ensuite shower room. There is also a double bedroom, a third box room, and family suite with bath over shower. To the rear of the property, there is a good-sized garden with a lawn, paved area and even room for a shed!
View 3 Laurelgrove here.
Next up is a beautiful 1930s property in the Belmont area of East Belfast. Whilst this period property has a lot of charm, it has also recently been extended to create an impressive family living area and master suite. On the ground floor, there is a cloakroom, lounge with bay window seat and cast-iron fireplace and an open-plan kitchen and living area. The kitchen has a sleek finish with integrated appliances, separate utility area and bi-folding doors to the rear of the property. On the first floor, there is a generous master bedroom with ensuite shower room and attached dressing room, two further bedrooms and a modern family bathroom.
View 10 Norwood Crescent here.
House number three is our next house on the list and it is another period property in the Stranmillis area of South Belfast. When you enter this red brick property, you’re greeted by a traditional tiled hallway which leads to a lounge with bay window and original fireplace, downstairs WC and a beautifully extended kitchen and dining room with bi-folding doors to the garden and modern high-gloss kitchen. On the first floor of the property is a traditional family bathroom with roll top bath and corner shower, master bedroom with built-in wardrobes and ensuite shower room. Not only that, but there are three further bedrooms.
View 276 Stranmillis Road here.
Next up is a truly outstanding property in the village of Comber, which is fast becoming a perfect commuting spot with professionals and young families. This detached bungalow offers a blissful place to call home. The property boasts an integrated single garage, three generous bedrooms including a master suite and shower room. Not only that but the property has a contemporary kitchen with integrated appliances and twin wine cooler which is fitted into the breakfast bar. Further to this, there is a spacious lounge with wood burning stove, oak mantlepiece and tiled floor. This property sits behind electric gates and offers a fully enclosed rear garden which is perfect for entertaining.
View 8 Londonderry Park here.
The halfway mark on this week’s list is a stunning double fronted period home which sits just off the Ormeau Road. This Victorian home offers a fantastic amount of living and entertaining space which is perfect for a growing family. On the ground floor, there are three reception rooms with bay windows, a breakfast room which extends into a kitchen which has access to a pantry and a separate utility. On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms with original fireplaces, a bathroom with separate WC and a luggage room which would be ideal for a study or playroom. The house is surrounded by a mature garden with many established trees and shrubs.
View 4 Knockbreda Park here.
House number 6 is a real show stopper! This exceptional family home sits in a secluded, elevated site with panoramic views of Belfast Lough. Set across two floors, this property boasts four double bedrooms, four bathrooms and four reception rooms. On the ground floor, there is also a sensational kitchen with a unique cabinetry, kitchen island and direct access to the garden. The master bedroom in this property has twin feature windows, an ensuite bathroom and a large walk-in wardrobe. The house is surrounded by well-established gardens with a patio area and path to the bottom of the garden to enjoy the stunning views.
View 22b Alisa Road here.
The next house on our list is a fantastic detached bungalow in Bangor, County Down. This deceptively spacious property offers a great amount of space and a fantastic blank canvas to create your perfect space. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a bright porch which leads through to an entrance hall with cloakroom and WC, a generous lounge with tiled fireplace, a dining room and an integrated beech kitchen. Further to this, there are three double bedrooms, one of which has mirrored sliding wardrobes and a further shower room. Outside the property, there is a large front garden with driveway, single garage and a fully enclosed rear garden. This property has no onward chain and would make an ideal project property for a buyer to put their own stamp on.
View 24 Towerview Crescent here.
If you’re looking for luxurious living in Belfast, then look no further! House number three is an exceptional semi-detached property on the Malone Road, South Belfast. Set across two floors, this property boasts four generous double bedrooms, a double height living kitchen area which is am atrium with mezzanine floor and doors onto the garden. Not only that, but there is also a basement with a cloakroom and WC. Outside the property, there is a large tarmacked drive and a generous rear garden with raised deck area – perfect for entertaining!
View 198 Malone Road here.
The penultimate house on this week’s list is an exceptional newly built property in Crumlin, County Antrim. Set across two floors, this pristine property offers a turn key finish in a semi-rural location. On the ground floor, there is an extensive living room with a corner fireplace and french doors to the garden, an impressive kitchen with integrated appliances and kitchen island, a modern shower room and a double bedroom. On the first floor, there are three further double bedrooms, including a master suite, and a family bathroom. One of the bedrooms benefits from a balcony which enjoys unspoilt views of Lough Neagh and countryside.
View 30 Dunore Road here.
House number 10 is an impressive property in Donaghadee, County Down. This property sits close to the shoreline before you reach the Commons Park. With stunning views over the sea, this property is perfectly positioned for seaside town life. The property will require significant modernisation throughout to really bring this house into its own. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a porch which leads into the living room, and through to the dining room and kitchen. There are three bedrooms in this property which all look over the garden. Further to this, there is a family bathroom and a side entrance with storage area.
View 6 Marine Drive here.
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