We’re welcoming December with open arms and this week we’ve 10 show-stopping dream homes to add to your Christmas list. From a Gothic Tudor property in Holywood to a castle in Templepatrick, we’ve got it all! Which is your favourite dream home from our incredible list?
Next up, it’s 103 Mealough Road in Carryduff, County Antrim. This incredible Georgian-style property spans over 6,500 Sq Ft and is a highly impressive place to call home. Set across three floors, there are 5 double bedrooms, three reception rooms and plenty of room for all the family. The property is simply stunning, and the sweeping staircase encapsulates the grandeur which is reflected in every room. Set in nearly 2 acres of landscaped gardens and nestled in a semi-rural location close to Lisburn, Belfast and Carryduff this property would appeal to a range of buyers.
View 131 Mealough Road here.
House number two is a unique opportunity to purchase a house at auction. This Gothic Tudor style property was built by the renowned architect John Miller. Tobacco Merchant House as the property is known, was renovated circa 15 years ago, maintaining the many and unique original features, from the fireplaces, to the ceiling roses and from the very ornate cornices and frieze work to the original shutter windows. Internally the property comprises of, an entrance porch opening to a large hall with lounge and dining room overlooking Belfast Lough. Further to this, there is a large kitchen with scullery, pantry and conservatory! On the first & second floors, there are 7 impressive bedrooms, two family bathrooms and two exceptional rooms with Jack and Jill ensuite! This is not an opportunity to miss!
View 4 Tudor Park here.
Next up is another property in Holywood on the Golden Coast, County Down. This attractive period home has been modernised and extended by its current owners to offer an open plan living room with attached kitchen. This property is decorated to an exceptional standard throughout to highlight its many beautiful original features which include stained glass windows, cornicing and picture rails. Set across two floors, the property boasts two excellent sized reception rooms and four generous bedrooms including a master with ensuite! This outstanding property sits within mature gardens which include a raised sun terrace, established trees and shrubs which sit alongside double garages.
View 69 Demesne Road here.
Set on the outskirts of Drumbeg, house number four is a recently modernised and extended end terrace property with a turn-key finish. The property boasts an excellent location which would appeal to those who love semi-rural living with the benefits of excellent links Belfast and the M1. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a large lounge which extends through into a second reception room with multi-fuel stove. There is a bright, modern kitchen at the rear of the property with under counter oven and induction hob. The first of the properties four bedrooms are situated on the ground floor which sits alongside a modern shower room. On the first floor, there are three further bedrooms and a family bathroom with a four-piece suite. Not only this, but there are a single detached garage and a fully enclosed garden with garden room.
View 108 Ballyskeagh Road here.
The halfway mark on this week’s list is an impressive detached property in Bangor, County Down. This double fronted property offers a huge amount of space for potential purchasers and whilst the property will require some modernisation, it offers an ideal blank canvas for someone who is looking to put their own mark on a period property. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a wood panelled hallway which leads to a drawing room, lounge with an attached breakfast room, dining room and a modern kitchen. On the first floor, there are four generous bedrooms, including a master with ensuite and a large family bathroom with separate WC. Outside the property, there is ample parking, mature gardens to the front, side and rear, and several outbuildings.
View 12 Manse Road here.
House number 6 is our first apartment of the list and is set in one of Belmont’s most desirable developments – The Walled Garden. This duplex apartment offers bright and spacious accommodation in Belmont village located in East Belfast. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a bright, double-height living, kitchen and dining area with access to a patio which looks over a communal garden area. The living space leads through to a hallway with a family bathroom, master bedroom with ensuite and spiral staircase leading to a second double bedroom with Velux windows and plenty of storage.
View Apartment 12, 17 The Walled Garden here.
This next property is truly a showstopper! Who says you can’t feel like a king or queen in your own home? With this next house, you definitely can! Castle Upton in Templepatrick, is a historic grade 1 listed property. Its earliest feature dates back to 1200 A.D. which remains within the basement of the modern castle. Inside the property, you’ll be blown away with the exceptional finish which has been tastefully restored to match this property’s original features. Within this vast property, there are 7 bedrooms which extend across three floors. If you’re looking for a dream house which is packed full of original feature and period charm, then this is the house for you.
View Castle Upon here.
Next up is a sensational property situated in Craiganlet, County Down. Converted from former farm buildings, this home offers all the modern comforts matched with a boundless amount of charm and character. On the ground floor, there is a reception room with vaulted ceiling, exposed stone and gallery landing which leads to three reception rooms, guest bedroom with ensuite and an extensive kitchen with oil-fired Rayburn and Belfast sink. On the first floor, there are three good-sized bedrooms including a large master suite with walk-in dressing room and ensuite bathroom. Outside the property, there is a well-established garden, several outbuildings and two single garages.
View 98 Ballymiscaw Road here.
The penultimate house on this week’s list is an attractive semidetached house in a classic period style with a red brick façade. The property sits on the Belfast end of the circular road and is close to many schools, amenities and transport links. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a bright hallway leading to lounge with bay window and gas fireplace, an open plan sitting and dining area and a galley style kitchen with under counter oven and induction hob. On the first floor, there are three well-proportioned rooms and a generous shower room with walk-in shower. The property has a large driveway, detached single garage and a garden laid in lawn.
View 20 Circular Road here.
The final house on this week’s list is a newly built end of terrace property in Antrim. Built by Hagan Homes, these outstanding properties offer an excellent opportunity to purchase a newly built home within Antrim town. On the ground floor, there is an entrance hall which leads to a generous lounge with gas fire, understair WC and a large kitchen diner in integrated appliances and subway tile which has patio doors to the garden or the option for a sunroom. On the first floor, there are two large double bedrooms and a third single room which would make an ideal study or nursery. The property has an excellent finish and allows you to choose the finish you’d like for your kitchen cabinetry, work surfaces and cabinets.
View 228 Ballyveigh here.
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