As we wave a fond farewell to summer and move into Autumn, we’re still celebrating the incredible properties we see coming onto our site. This week, we’ve got lots of period properties and even a wildcard property with sensational views of Belfast Lough. Looking for properties in Northern Ireland, here’s our definitive list. Which is your favourite?
First up, is 1 Bennett house in the village of Helen’s Bay, County Down. This incredible period property lies on a leafy street which benefits from excellent views of the Belfast Lough. This property is a linked detached and is a superb example of Victorian architecture. Set across three floors, this expansive property boasts three reception rooms, including a magnificent drawing room with solid oak flooring, and a bespoke fully-fitted kitchen with Neff appliances. Upstairs, there are four bedrooms including a master with ensuite and a further fifth bedroom with access to an office within the turret which is the perfect place to seek inspiration.
View 1 Benett House here.
House number two is a charming Art Deco style property which is situated in the heart of Ballyholme village and only a short walk from the shore. When you enter this property, you are greeted with a painted wood panelled hallway leading to a bright living room with original fireplace and a generous, open-plan kitchen living area with polished stone floors and bi-folding doors to the rear of the property. On the first floor, there is a master bedroom with a bay window, a second double bedroom, third box room and a generous family bathroom with roll-top bath. To the rear of the property, there is a bright garden with a raised courtyard.
View 8 Windmill Road here.
Next up is house number three and it’s another period property which has been sympathetically refurbished and extended. On the ground floor, there is a living room with cast iron fireplace, bay window with shutters and a further kitchen dining area with a side return. This extension opens up the kitchen into the dining room creating a perfect space for entertaining! Upstairs, there is a shower room and three bedrooms, two of which have built in wardrobes. To the rear of the property, there is a large garden laid in lawn with a raised decking area.
View 7 Beechmount Park here.
House number four is our first newly built property, but as you can see this property has been inspired by the Georgian era and has a true timeless beauty! On the ground floor, there is a generous lounge with wood burning stove, an under-stair WC and a spacious kitchen with dining area and attached sunroom with access to the garden and utility area. Upstairs, there is a master bedroom with ensuite shower room, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom. To the rear of the property, there is a garden laid in lawn with a patio area for outside dining.
View 6 Haddo Place here.
The half-way mark on this week’s list is a charming farmhouse in Clough, Ballymena. Set across two floors, this stunning property has four bedrooms, a family bathroom, three reception rooms and a shaker-style kitchen with inglenook brick stove hood, sage green painted cabinetry and an attached utility room. One of the quirkiest parts of this gorgeous home is an office adjoining the garage which was formerly a milking parlour. It’s exposed stone walls, wooden beams and a stable door. Not only that, but this property also sits in over half and an acre of delightful gardens with ornamental trees and exceptional views of the surrounding countryside.
View 7 Manse Road here.
House number six is our very first new build property and this one is stunning. The Bellflower is part of the ever-popular Old Mill Grove development which offers stylish new build homes close to Belfast. When you enter this property, you’re greeted with a hallway leading to a generous lounge, WC and fully integrated kitchen with large dining area and patio doors to the garden. Upstairs, there are three double bedrooms including a master with ensuite shower room and a large family bathroom. Outside the property, there is a driveway for two cars and a fully enclosed rear garden.
View Site 2 Meadow View here.
House number seven offers a huge amount of price considering its price tag. It offers a fantastic location for commuting to Lisburn and further afield. When you enter this property, you’re greeted with a high hallway with hardwood floor leading to a lounge with open fire, sitting room with wood burning stove, WC. The kitchen-come-dining room is generous with stone flooring and fitted oak kitchen with attached utility. On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms including a master with ensuite shower room and a family bathroom with a four-piece suite. To the rear of the property, there is a large garden with a raised corner deck and summerhouse.
View 3 Glen Valley here.
Next up is another divine period property packed full of elegant 1930s features. On the ground floor, there is a bright wood panelled hallway with access to a WC, two lounges with original fireplaces, a generous dining room and a modern shaker-style kitchen with Belfast sink and French doors to the garden. Upstairs, there are four bedrooms, one with a bay window and a family bathroom and a further separate WC. Outside the property, there is a gated, tarmac driveway and a detached garage with utility and garden room for enjoying the final days of summer.
View 25 Lansdowne Road here.
House number 9 is a perfect house for a first-time buyer or young family which is only a stone’s throw away from Craigavon Lake. This charming home has a large lounge with open fire, a dining room and a generous kitchen with under-counter oven and sleek induction stove. Upstairs, there two good-sized bedrooms and a third single room which would make a perfect nursery or study. To the side of the property, there is a detached single garage with side access, utility room and office area. Not only this, but there is also a large garden with a patio and lawn offering the best of both worlds.
View 68 Lakelands here.
The final house on this week’s list is something extra special. This stunning stone cottage was built 200 years ago and was lovingly modernised throughout to bring this outstanding property into its own! Spread across two floors, this property boasts three double bedrooms and two reception rooms. Further to this, it has a glass-topped sunroom with beautiful views of Belfast Lough and access to a patio garden. Not only that but there is also an internal double garage with original doors and a utility room. This property is simply unmissable and is the perfect end to this incredible list.
View 11 Creightons Green Road here.
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