This week’s list has a little something for everyone. From stylish apartments to detached period homes, here are 10 of the best properties for sale in Northern Ireland. The eighth house on this list has been completely renovated inside and you’ll not believe the outcome!
The first house on this week’s list is a recently built apartment in Holywood, County Down. Set on the second floor, this stunning property boasts a kitchen living area with sleek integrated kitchen and a balcony with impressive views of Redburn Country Park. Further to the living area, there is a double bedroom with ensuite shower room, a second bedroom and a large family bathroom. This apartment is in a fantastic location and only a short walk away from Holywood town centre. The property has allocated and visitors parking.
View 3 Redburn Court here.
House number two is a beautiful period property in the Stranmillis area of South Belfast. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with gorgeous oak-floored hallway leading to a generous living room with bay window, dining room and a beautiful galley kitchen with butcher block countertops and grey cabinetry, along with a downstairs WC. On the first floor, there is a bright landing leading to three good-sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. To the rear of the property, there is a fully enclosed garden with single detached garage and lawn.
View 4 Penge Gardens here.
The third house to make the list is a true rarity in the Northern Irish property market. Legacurry Mill is an exciting blend of a traditional style building with a contemporary twist with 3 main living quarters all providing bright and spacious accommodation with spectacular views of the manicured gardens down to the beautiful river. There are three main homes within the overall property, the main dwelling is accessed from the front courtyard and consists of spacious and bright formal/informal entertaining areas, private living quarters and open dining rooms. With 10 bedrooms and 8 reception rooms, this home is sure to delight!
View Legacurry here.
Next up is 10 Demiville Avenue in Maze, Lisburn. This recently constructed detached property has over 4400 sq ft of living space. When you enter the property, there is a generous hallway with statement oak & glass staircase which leads to four reception rooms. The kitchen in this property is simply stunning, with handless cabinets in slate grey and integrated Siemens appliances. On the first floor, there is a suspended walkway to through to an impressive master suite with dressing room and ensuite bathroom and two further ensuite bedrooms. Above the garage, there is a gym with ensuite shower room, an office and a final double bedroom.
View 10 Demiville Avenue here.
The halfway mark on this week’s list is a two-bedroom apartment on the Sandown Road in the Ballyhackamore area of East Belfast. This first-floor apartment sits in an exclusive, period complex and benefits from communal gardens and gated secure parking. When you enter the apartment, you’re greeted with a bright hallway leading to a lounge with oak shelving and a recess for a flat-screen TV and a dining area. There is a galley kitchen with a breakfast bar which sits off the living area, two generous bedrooms and a shower room. Outside the property, there is a well-kept garden with patio area.
View Sandown Court here.
The sixth house on our list is an impressive mock-Tudor style property in Northern Belfast close to Belfast Castle. On the ground floor of the property, there is an entrance hall with WC, covered porch, a dining room, living room and a generous kitchen diner with French doors to the rear of the property. Upstairs, there is a large entertaining room with access to the conservatory, a master bedroom with ensuite shower room, a family bathroom and two further bedrooms. Outside the property, there is a double driveway with front garden and a raised patio area to the rear of this stunning home.
View 769B Antrim Road here.
House number seven is a magnificent property in a highly desirable location in Cultra, County Down. Situated close to Marino railway station, this property is perfect for commuters who are looking for a quiet place to call home which is close to the sea. Set across two floors, this pristine property has four generous bedrooms, family bathroom and two reception rooms, one of which is a kitchen diner with shaker style cabinetry and an attached utility room. To the rear of the property, there is a fully enclosed garden with a spacious patio area, raised law and a single garage.
View 5 Cultra Avenue here.
Next up is a beautiful detached property off the Antrim Road in North Belfast. This impressive family home occupies a fantastic plot on a quiet suburban street close to Belfast Castle. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a large hallway which leads to a living room with bay window and statement wood burning stove, a second lounge with multi-fuel burner and a sleek, handle-free kitchen with double oven and a bright dining area with attached utility and immaculate back garden. Upstairs, there are four three double bedrooms, two of which are ensuite, a family bathroom and a third single room.
View 75 Lansdowne Road here.
The penultimate house on this week’s list is a magnificent Georgian-style property in the highly sought after ‘Ashleigh’ development. This impressive detached home is set off the Byransford Road, close to the Shimna River outside of Newcastle Town Centre. On the ground floor, there is a welcoming entrance hall, two lounges and a family room. This then leads through to a spacious kitchen with pastel cabinetry with kitchen island and doors to a further sunroom. On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms, two of which are ensuite, a family bathroom and study. What’s more, outside the property, there is a detached games room with an overhead projector!
View 5 Ashleigh here.
The final house on this week’s list is a beautiful red brick period home in the Ravenhill area of South Belfast. This stunning home sits within a leafy suburban street with a gated driveway. Set across three floors, this property boasts five bedrooms and two reception rooms. This Victorian home also still has many of its original features including intricate cornicing, hardwood flooring, stained glass windows and more! On the first floor, there is an exquisite master suite with walk-in wardrobe and ensuite bathroom. To the rear of the property, there is a paved patio and lawn which can also be accessed through the dining room.
View 16 Ardenlee Avenue here.
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