With the Autumn nights drawing closer and a definite chill in the air, we can’t think of anything better than sharing 10 of the best homes for sale in Northern Ireland. This week, we’ve been blown away with the quality of properties on our site and this list showcases some of our most popular! From a 19th-century gate lodge to a Victorian seaside townhouse, this list has everything you’ve been dreaming of. Which of these is your favourite?
The first house on this week’s list is a beautiful thatched cottage in Portadown, County Armagh. Otherwise known as Gobhan Cottage, this cottage is steeped in history and has been part of the local landscape for nearly 200 years. Set across one floor, this property has a large lounge with pine fireplace, generous kitchen with oak cabinetry and also a dining area with open fire. Further to this, there is a family bathroom with a white suite and three good-sized bedrooms. To the rear of the property, there is also a large garden laid in lawn with patio. Not only that but, there is also a garage and an external home office.
View 21 Seagoe Road here.
Next up is 5 Lichfield Avenue in East Belfast. This attractive terrace property is beautifully presented throughout and offers a great space for young professionals or a small family. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a bright lounge with bay window and fireplace which leads through to a dining room and a galley style kitchen with copper and blush finishes. On the first floor, there are two good-sized double bedrooms and a beautiful family bathroom with statement floor tiles. To the rear of the property, there is a courtyard garden.
View 5 Lichfield Avenue here.
House number three is a beautiful semi-detached period property in Balmoral, South Belfast. This property has been refurbished throughout and offers a modern finish in a traditional setting. On the ground floor, there is a lounge with a wood-burning stove, a utility room with WC and an open plan kitchen and living area with a handleless kitchen and island. The extension adds a huge amount of space and light to the living space which now enjoys a lovely view of the garden. Upstairs, there is a pastel blue family bathroom with statement flooring and three generous bedrooms.
View 60 Marlborough Park here.
Just when you thought this list couldn’t get any better! Ballymullan Road in Crawfordsburn is a secret escape with excellent commuting links whilst enjoying village life. Set across two floors, this property boasts a solid oak kitchen with AGA, open plan living room with attached conservatory. On the ground floor, there are four bedrooms, two of which are ensuite and a shower room. On the first floor, there is a further fifth bedroom with ensuite and skylights. Surrounding the property there are mature gardens edged with railway sleepers, paved driveway, greenhouse, and a detached garage with storage and a workshop.
View 15 Ballymullan Road here.
The halfway mark on this week’s list is a fantastic beach-side property in Ballyholme, County Down. This detached period home offers stunning views of Belfast Lough, Whitehead and even the Scottish Isles. Set across two floors, this property boasts four generous bedrooms which all have a view of the sea and four reception rooms including one with a bay window. The front garden of this property runs down to the coastal path and there is a rear garden laid in lawn with a detached double garage and large tarmac driveway.
View 5 Morningside here.
House number six is a new build property in the Fortwilliam area of North Belfast. Fortwilliam Grange is an exclusive new development in one of Belfast’s oldest addresses. From the plans, it’s clear to see that this range of homes offers a suburban setting with excellent links to the City Centre. On the ground floor, there is a formal lounge with French doors, a WC and family kitchen with dining area and breakfast bar. On the first floor, there are three double bedrooms including a master ensuite and a good-sized bathroom with a four-piece suite.
View 3 Fortwilliam Grange here.
Next up is a stunning Tudor-style property in Belmont, East Belfast. This detached property sits in a quiet, leafy street and enjoys a fantastic location close to many eateries, schools and amenities. You enter the property through a tiled porch which leads to a hallway with original stained glass and hardwood flooring. On the ground floor, there are two reception rooms both of which have open fires and one with a bay window. There is a further kitchen with breakfast area and access to a rear porch and garden. Upstairs, there are three generous double bedrooms with original picture rails and there is a shower room with a further WC.
View Wandsworth Road here.
Belsize Road is the next house to grace our list and trust us, it’s a beauty. This house was built in the 1800s and originally one of the gate lodges for Derryvolgie Estate. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a tiled hallway which leads to a lounge with statement fireplace, open plan kitchen with dove grey cabinetry and island, utility room, family bathroom and four good-sized bedrooms including a master with ensuite. Further to this, there is an attached garage, driveway and a large raised garden with mature trees and bushes.
View 8 Belsize Road here.
The penultimate house on this week’s list is a substantial semi-detached property in Glenavy, County Antrim. Set across three floors, this expansive family home offers the perfect place for a growing family. On the ground floor, there is an under-stair WC, lounge, family room, open plan kitchen diner and a further utility room. On the first floor, there are four bedrooms including a master with ensuite, storage and a family bathroom. Not only this, but there is a further fifth bedroom on the second floor with a large double bedroom and dressing area.
View 9 Lyngrove Hill here.
The final house on this week’s list as a recently refurbished end-terrace off the Lisburn Road. This property has been fully remodelled throughout. It provides a 35ft open plan living and kitchen area with an accent brick wall, under stairs storage, dove grey integrated kitchen and also a WC. On the first floor, there are two good-sized double bedrooms. There is a newly renovated bathroom with white suite, grey cabinetry and white marble subway tile. The finish on this home is truly exceptional and offers a turn key finish in a highly desirable area. Further to this, to the rear of the property, there is an enclosed courtyard garden.
View 1 Lislea Avenue here.
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