Immerse yourself in the past with these period properties for sale in Northern Ireland.
If you are searching for a home that is steeped in history then look no further as Propertynews.com are showcasing their top 10 period properties for sale in Northern Ireland.
10 period properties for sale in Northern Ireland
1. 115 Groomsport Road from Independent Property Estates Ltd
115 Groomsport Road is a magnificent detached property that is found at the heart of Ballyholme village.
Many original features have been retained throughout the interiors of this Victorian property including corniced ceilings, ceiling roses and picture rails.
Tucked away in one of North Down’s most sought after locations, this double fronted home is in close proximity to local amenities, schools, transport links and beautiful coastal walks.
Take a look inside.
2. The Station House, 2 Station View from John Minnis (Holywood)
2 Station View is a hidden gem within the popular Carnalea area of Bangor. Constructed in 1898, this handsome period property was originally a station master’s house and was designed by Charles Lanyon, an architect whose work includes The Lanyon Building at Queen’s University Belfast and Belfast’s Custom House.
The interior of this property certainly makes an impression with its original features including its high ceilings, cornices, grand front door and stained-glass features.
3. 23 Holland Park from Templeton Robinson (Ballyhackamore)
23 Holland Park is a 5 bed home for sale in Ballyhackamore, East Belfast.
Warmth and character are emitted through the many original features that have been retained while natural light streams through the large windows, creating a bright, airy and welcoming feel.
An abundance of character is found throughout the 3 reception areas with the drawing room containing cornice ceiling, picture rail and a cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth.
4. 62 Myrtlefield Park from Ulster Property Sales (Malone)
Designed in 1917, this Edwardian Arts & Crafts style home is a unique property in the highly sought-after Malone Road area.
This property has been modernised however, the original character of the home has not been compromised and the feature stained glass window in the landing emphasises the period character of the house.
This residence benefits from 3 reception areas, all of which contain a feature fireplace or a gas fired stove.
Take a look at this BT9 beauty.
5. 19 Lismenary Road from McGuinness Fleck
Tucked away in the County Antrim countryside is 19 Lismenary Road, a spectacular late-Georgian residence that would make the perfect family home.
Steeped in history that dates back to the 18th century, this detached home has been sympathetically modernised without detracting from its period character and warmth. It has retained many of its original features such as cornicing, decorative ceiling roses and high ceilings.
This country estate mixes traditional interiors with modern quirks, creating a unique and beautiful place to reside.
6. The Old Lodge, 126 Fenaghy Road from Country Estates Ballymena
126 Fenaghy Road is a striking period property for sale in Ballymena.
Known as ‘The Old Lodge,’ this Grade II listed building dates back to circa 1831 and is located adjacent to the entrance of the Galgorm Spa and Golf Resort.
Character features are found throughout the interiors, including the living room that is complete with a brick fireplace, beam mantle and a beam joist ceiling.
A rare opportunity to own a slice of Co. Antrim history.
7. Druids Alter, 91 Ballylumford Road from Hunter Campbell Estate Agents (Larne)
91 Ballylumford Road is a historic Grade II building that dates back to 1840.
This property is named after the Dolmen or “Druids Alter” that is found to the front of the property and is believed to date back to the Neolithic period (4000 – 3600 BC) when the first of the farming communities were established in the area.
The interior has retained many of its original features that enhance the modern improvements inside. The 2 reception rooms contain beautiful period fireplaces which juxtapose with the modern kitchen.
8. 5 Broomhill Park from McQuoids
5 Broomhill Park is a striking Colonial-Revival style property that was designed in 1925 by Blackwood and Jury.
The facade is beautifully ornate with a symmetrical central bay and an art-deco influenced door with rounded steps down into the gardens. The refurbished sash windows include pale blue shutters while the distinctive red roof tiling adds to the character of the home.
9. 12 Rostrevor Road from Simon Brien Residential (Lisburn Road)
12 Rostrevor Road is a detached period property for sale in Warrenpoint. Resting in one of County Down’s most sought-after locations, this family home enjoys breathtaking views over Carlingford Lough.
Constructed in circa 1864, the interior is complemented by many original features including high quality fireplaces, sliding sash windows, solid flooring, cornicing and coving.
The property has been renovated and provides exceptional accommodation that would be perfect for a growing family.
10. 10 Circular Road from Armstrong Gordon & Co
Castlerock House is an exquisite Victorian home for sale in Castlerock.
Constructed in the late 19th century, this 6 bedroom home has been sensitively restored and boasts many of its original features including the ornate Victorian cornices, coving and ceiling roses, double sash windows, window shutters, stained glass and tiled flooring.
This property sits on a site that benefits from beautiful views stretching across Castlerock Golf Course, The Atlantic Ocean and beyond.
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