16 February 2017

14 Northern Ireland Homes to Fall in Love with


A home is one of the most important things a couple will share in their lifetime, whether it’s your first, second, or forever dream home – a lot of thought, love and planning goes into a home.

We have some stunning homes from Northern Ireland to buy or rent here on, and to celebrate, we thought we’d look at 14 homes that provide a real sense of love at first sight. Let us know if you fall in love with any of them

A delight in the heart of Hillsborough village

Park Lane Gate
Park Lane Gate Kitchen

We are lusting over the interiors of this stunning townhouse in Park Lane Gate, wonderfully located near to the forest park in Hillsborough. With a sleek, modern kitchen and a wood-burning stove to welcome you home every evening, what’s not to love.

Wonderfully designed contemporary villa in Coleraine

We are loving the design and contemporary finish to this home on Liswatty Road, Coleraine.

The property also enjoys the benefit of a substantial sand ménage, paddock and stables to the rear, and has been featured in the Northern Ireland Homes & Lifestyle magazine. The stunning kitchen has already captured our house.

Period and contemporary finishes in Wellington Park Terrace, Belfast

Not only is the location of this home ideal, we are loving the period exterior and modern interior contrast. The kitchen and bathroom are our favourite rooms in the property.

Fall in love with Lough Erne

Just imagine having uninterrupted panoramic views over lower Lough Erne and Blaney Bay on your door step. This four bedroom home is adjacent to the five star Lough Erne Resort and championship golf course. Pure tranquillity, and a view to fall in love with over and over again.

Country estate anyone?

What’s not to love about country estates? These grand buildings can really make a statement with friends and family, and have a garden you’ll instantly fall in love with. If you are a lover of history this would be an opportunity to own a little bit of it with Ballymacbrennan Old School House, a building that dates back to 1834. We can just imagine sitting out the back with the log burner stove in the evening with friends and family under the stars.

Green spaces in Cookstown

We would love to wake up with a cup of coffee in the sun room and dander around the garden in this 19th Century Georgian family home in Tullyhogue, Cookstown. Imagine the tea parties and garden parties you could have in these surroundings.

Modern villa on Belmont Road, Belfast

The open plan living space and wonderfully stylish kitchen are just two reasons to fall in love with this property. This luxury villa certainly has the WOW factor!

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