It’s that time of the week again and we’re back with 10 more dream homes for sale in Northern Ireland. This week, we’ve been falling head over heels for all of the period properties on this week’s list. From a Victorian Townhouse off Bangor Marina to a lakeside manor house in Annahilt, we’ve got something for everyone. It’s time to take a look!
The first house to grace this week’s list is a marvellous terrace property in Killyleagh, County Down. This beautiful home is lovingly extended and modernised by the current owner. It also offers a turnkey finish in a highly desirable coastal location. Set across two floors, this property boasts two reception rooms and two bedrooms. The finish on this property is truly stunning, with exposed brick walls, brass finishes, sash windows and an atrium garden. Not only that, but this property also benefits from an expansive garden with mature trees and hedging.
View 18 Bridge Street here.
House number two is a prominent Victorian townhouse above Bangor marina, County Down. Mount Pleasant offers an incredible place to call home with picturesque views over the marina and town centre. On the ground floor, there is a large lounge and dining area with bay window with a sliding glass door through to the kitchen. On the first and second floors, there are five generous bedrooms three of which have ensuite shower rooms and the master even has a sauna! If you’re not head over heels for the views, you’ll definitely be for the interiors!
View 10 Mount Pleasant here.
Next up is the third house on this week’s list and this one is a beauty! This period property offers a fantastic location matched with a huge amount of space. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with an original tiled floor leading to a lounge with bay window and a dining room which leads through to a newly extended kitchen with a vaulted glass ceiling and doors to the rear. On the first floor, there are three good-sized double bedrooms and a family bathroom with a free-standing bath. To the rear of the property, there is a garden room with sliding doors to the garden – simply bliss!
View 29 Ormiston Crescent here.
House number for is another impressive period property in East Belfast. This bright family home is packed full of beautiful period features including leaded stained-glass windows and original cornicing. On the ground floor, there is a bright living room with dark wood panelling and fireplace, WC and an l-shaped lounge leading through to a dining room and shaker style kitchen. On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms, a fifth single room and a family bathroom. Outside the property, there is a detached single garage and a large hidden garden which is perfect for a growing family.
View 10 Kirkliston Park here.
26B Carncoagh Road is the fifth house on this week’s list and trust us, it’s stunning! When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a double height hallway leading to a lounge with wood-burning stove, dining room, sitting room with attached sunroom, utility with WC and a country-style kitchen with oak cabinetry. On the first floor, there are six double bedrooms, two of which are ensuite, two offices and a bathroom with four-piece suite and jacuzzi bath. Further to that, this property has a detached double garage, a workshop with storage loft. Set on an elevated plot, this home enjoys unspoilt views of the surrounding countryside.
View 26B Carncoagh Road here.
House number 6 is something pretty special! This attractive red brick semi-detached home in Dunmurry has been beautifully extended to optimise the space and brightness within the property. Set across three floors, this property offers three reception rooms, four bedrooms, family bathroom and detached garage with a further utility. This property has been finished to an exacting standard throughout and offers a blend of period features and modern styling. Not only that, but this property has an excellent garden with plenty of room for entertaining and even a shed!
View 39 The Green here.
The seventh house on this week’s list is an impressive detached family home off the Belfast Road in Antrim. This is a rare opportunity to buy a gentlemen’s style residence which extends to over 3,200 sq ft of space including an internal double garage. On the ground floor, there are four reception rooms, a study, a WC, utility and an open plan kitchen dining area with attached pantry. On the first floor, there are five double bedrooms three of which are ensuite and a large family bathroom. Not only that, but there is a sweeping tarmac drive and a generous garden with established trees and patio area.
View The Orchard here.
Next up is Lakeland House in Annahilt and as the name suggests, it’s a dreamy lakeside property is truly something else! Set in over an acre of landscaped gardens, Lakeland house offers over 3000 sq ft of flexible living space. When you enter the property, there is an impressive atrium with a staircase leading to four reception rooms, kitchen with crescent breakfast bar, utility room with beam vacuum system. Upstairs, there is a gallery landing with five bedrooms, two with ensuite shower rooms and a family bathroom. Outside this property, there is a sun terrace with a hot tub and also a pizza oven – what’s not to love?
View Lakeland House here.
The penultimate house on this week’s list is another delightful period property and this time it’s in Bangor, County Down. Situated in a quiet leafy suburban street close to Ward Park and the town centre, 1 Maralin Avenue offers the perfect place to call home. You enter the property through a sunroom which leads through into a lounge with open fire, a further family room with wood burning stove and access to the kitchen and dining room. Upstairs, there are three good-sized bedrooms and a large family bathroom. Outside the property, there is a single detached garage, driveway for two cars and also a large rear garden with established trees and shrubs.
View 1 Maralin Avenue here.
The final house on our list is a unique property in Legacurry, Lisburn. Formerly a working linen mill, Duneight is an exclusive development. The developer turned this charming mill into a stunning place to call home. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a bright entrance hall which leads to the two double bedrooms, with a master ensuite and a family bathroom. On the first floor, there is a magnificent open plan living space with a double height vaulted ceiling, sleek integrated kitchen and a door leading on to a bright-style pathway into the tranquil rear garden.
View 5 Duneight Mill here.
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