Welcome to 2019! This week we’re starting the year strong with 10 incredible properties from across Northern Ireland. From a Georgian townhouse in Cunshedall to a magnificent barn conversion in Dunadry, we’ve got it all. Now the hard part, picking which is your favourite!
The first house on this week’s list is a detached chalet bungalow in the delightful town of Saintfield. Set across two floors, this property offers a huge amount of space and a fantastic layout for a growing family. The downstairs consists of an entrance hall, a lounge with hardwood and tiled fireplace, an open plan dining kitchen, a dining room with sliding doors to the rear garden, a family bathroom, and a well-proportioned bedroom. On the first floor, there are two large bedrooms. The master also benefits from an en-suite and a walk-in wardrobe. To the rear of the property, there is a good-sized garden and detached single garage.
2. Low Road from Hunter Campbell
Next up is a fantastic detached family home which sits in 3 acres of gardens, paddocks, and fields. This property offers a huge amount of potential for those who love the outdoors or who would like to keep horses and other animals. On the ground floor, there three generous reception rooms which benefit from views over Larne Lough. Further to this, there is a kitchen with separate utility and WC. Upstairs, there are five good-sized bedrooms including a generous master suite which leads to a walk-in wardrobe, ensuite and through to a home office.
View 122 Low Road here.
Next up is an outstanding detached residence in Dromore, County Down. The property sits in 7 acres of maintained gardens and fields. From the road, this property looks like a beautiful yet unassuming bungalow, but once you enter the property, you’ll see how it’s duel height living area acts as an atrium for family life. On the ground floor, there is an open plan family room which leads to five further reception rooms, a county-style kitchen and a utility with WC. On the first floor, there are five good-sized bedrooms including a master and guest suite. If that wasn’t enough, the property also boasts an internal double garage and excellent parking space to the front and rear of the property.
View 37a Roawantree Road here.
House number four is a delightful detached bungalow in Newtownabbey. This property enjoys an elevated site and sits within a highly regarded and quiet residential area of Glengormley. You enter the property through a large sunroom which leads to an inner hallway. The house has a large lounge with an attached dining room, a study, a WC, and a generous kitchen. There are five bedrooms, a family bathroom, and a double internal garage. Outside the property, there is a side lawn, paved patio, and many established trees and plants.
View 12 Glebe Road East here.
The halfway mark on this week’s list is another detached property in Glengormley. This attractive period home has been sympathetically extended by its current owners to offer a contemporary styled family home with many original features and a whole lot of charm! Set across two floors, the property boasts three generous reception rooms, a large family kitchen, a utility room with WC and five well-proportioned bedrooms. The master bedroom of this property was added as part of an extension and offers a cosy space with Velux windows, exposed beams and a fireplace with a stove!
View 13 Glengormley Park here.
The sixth house this week is a truly incredible property. This converted stone barn has been renovated to provide modern and flexible living. On the ground floor, there are three generous reception rooms, one with a double height ceiling and a wood burning stove, and a bedroom on the ground floor. Further to that, there is a spacious modern kitchen with skylights and an island which provides the perfect space for dining and entertaining. Upstairs, there are three further double bedrooms including a master with ensuite and walk-in dressing room. Outside the property, there is a generous stoned drive with tennis courts, stables, storage sheds, and a detached garage.
View 12 Shanoguestown Road here.
12 Dalton Glen in Comber, County Down is the seventh house to grace this week’s list. This attractive chalet bungalow has been beautifully decorated throughout and provides a modern place to call home. On the ground floor, there is a large open plan living and kitchen area with patio doors to the garden and access to utilities in the garage. There are two further reception rooms, a bedroom, and a downstairs shower room. Upstairs, there is a master bedroom with ensuite, two bedrooms with eaves storage and a large family bathroom.
View 12 Dalton Glen here.
House number eight is our first semi-detached property to make the list and trust us, it’s a real beauty! Set in the Rosetta area of south Belfast, this attractive period property offers a unique place to call home and heaps of potential. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with an entrance hall which leads to a living room with open fire, a dining room with fireplace and a modern galley kitchen with subway tile and a beautiful sage green finish. On the first floor, there are two good-sized bedrooms, a third box room and a family bathroom with a statement glass basin and white suite. Not only this, but the property has a beautiful garden laid in lawn with many established trees and shrubs.
View 19 Mount Merrion Drive here.
The penultimate house on this week’s list is a detached period property in Ballymena, County Antrim. This charming home has been recently renovated and sits on a private enclosed site with great access to the town centre. On the ground floor, there is a bright hallway with an original staircase which leads to an open plan living/dining room with bay window, original floorboards, a wood-burning stove and access to a modern kitchen with range-style cooker. On the first floor, there are two generous bedrooms and a third smaller room which would make an ideal study or nursery. Outside the property, there is a driveway, gated rear garden laid in lawn and room for a large shed.
View 98 Ballymoney Road here.
The final house on this week’s list is an attractive townhouse in the heart of Cushendall, County Antrim. The coastal village of Cushendall is perfect for those seeking an escape from city life in the Glens of Antrim. The bustling village is known for its stunning Georgian properties and this house is of no exception. The townhouse was recently refurbished throughout and offers a modern and inviting space to call home. Set across two floors, the property boasts a generous lounge, a WC, modern kitchen, and dining with patio doors to a rear courtyard garden on ground level. On the first and second floors, there are two bedrooms and a modern family bathroom.
View 2 Bridge Street here.
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