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18th May 2015
Inside luxurious Red Roofs on Belfast’s Malone Road

Inside luxurious Red Roofs on Belfast’s Malone Road

Belfast’s Malone area is home to some of the city’s finest period properties and this commanding detached house is typical of the lofty living standards offered in these leafy suburbs. Red Roofs is a generous home which sits on a beautifully mature site in what is one of the area’s most sought after residential tree-lined […]
8th May 2015
Period 19th century property with a new dimension

Period 19th century property with a new dimension

If you want to add a special new dimension to your home then this is how to do it. The gorgeous extra living space created at the rear of this handsome period home adds an ultra contemporary element to a property that also perfectly captures the charm of a bygone era. The best of both […]
8th May 2015
Through the keyhole in Glens of Antrim

Through the keyhole in Glens of Antrim

Standing in the front garden of this quaint whitewashed cottage is like being on the edge of the world. Perched on the rugged Antrim coastline with the mountains sweeping down behind it and nothing between it and the sea, Fallowvee Cottage enjoys one of the most spectacular locations in Northern Ireland. Surrounded by natural beauty […]
1st May 2015
Through the keyhole at sumptuous Tullylish Co Down home

Through the keyhole at sumptuous Tullylish Co Down home

Bright, bold and beautiful sums up the superb interior and exterior of this wonderful Co Down family home. There is no doubt the current owners possess a natural flair for interior design and this combined with an eye for quality has created a wonderfully welcoming and ultra stylish home. The property has been extensively renovated […]
23rd April 2015
The Height of Class

The Height of Class

7 Ballymullan Road, Crawfordsburn  From its delightful front porch you can sit and take in the wonderful views offered by elevated Glenmount which looks out over Crawfordsburn Country Park to Belfast Lough, the Co Antrim coastline and the Irish Sea. On a good day you can even see Scotland and the pleasure offered by the […]
13th April 2015
Eddie Irvine sells luxury Miami house for $10.5m

Eddie Irvine sells luxury Miami house for $10.5m

Ex-Formula One driver Eddie Irvine may be taking life slowly following his retirement from racing, but he appears to be very much in the fast lane of the property business. The north Down man’s American company, Eddie Irvine Homes, has reportedly sold a luxury property in Miami Beach for a cool $10.5m (£7.1m). The 6,612 […]
9th April 2015
Victorian Saintfield Railway Station goes on market for £750k

Victorian Saintfield Railway Station goes on market for £750k

It’s both a quirky country house and a trainspotter’s dream. The former Saintfield Railway Station has been lovingly transformed into the perfect family home for those with £750,000 to spare. Spread over three buildings, the house has its own platform, waiting area and signal room – and even its own subway to take you to […]
25th March 2015
£795,000 to spare? Then you could be the king of this Cullybackey castle

£795,000 to spare? Then you could be the king of this Cullybackey castle

Ever wanted your own baronial pad? Well, this spectacular castle close to Cullybackey has just gone on the market for a cool £795,000. The fairy-tale castle of Craigdun was once the home of fiery Unionist MP Ronald McNeill, Lord Cushendun, who famously threw a book during a fraught Home Rule debate and struck Winston Churchill […]
12th March 2015
Cultra and Cavehill: Best places to live in Northern Ireland

Cultra and Cavehill: Best places to live in Northern Ireland

One is on the well-heeled Gold Coast, with links to the likes of Rory McIlroy and Van Morrison. The other is a landmark so mighty it inspired a much-loved classic children’s book. Cultra, in County Down, and Belfast’s Cavehill have both been named as among the best spots to live in the UK, with glowing […]
16th February 2015
A Rural Idyll

A Rural Idyll

Surrounded by rugged landscape and boasting a one-off architectural design, this large country home has much to offer anyone searching for a special rural retreat. Designed by Michael Rogers in 2000, its turreted front, hand-crafted wooden windows, stone corbelling and dry dashed render hint at the interesting features which abound inside. It is a spacious […]