Fancy living in a country mansion? We have 5 fantastic country mansions under £1 million for you to have a look at!
1. St Catherine’s, 12 Redbrae Road, from Hunter Campbell
This imposing grade B1 listed Georgian residence is on an elevated site with views of Carrickfergus, and Belfast Lough.
The property is believed to have been built circa 1805 and still retains many original period features. Outside there is a range of stone outbuildings that may be suitable for a variety of uses.
2. Skellig House, Ballynahinch Road, from Independent Property Sales
This is a magnificent family residence with stunning countryside views that roll as far as the eye can see. The attention to detail and finish throughout this home is undeniably the last word in luxury. This country house has five/six double bedrooms as well as a separate self contained one bedroom apartment.
3. 4 Ballymacanallen Road, from Templeton Robinson (Lisburn Road)
This impressive detached home is in a semi-rural location on a beautiful mature site. The property offers spacious family accommodation including 5 bedrooms and 5 reception rooms as well as a secret garden and orchard.
Outside there is a three car garage, gardening shed, two stables, tack room, two dog kennels, bike shed and log shed.
4. Anahilt House, 239 Ballynahinch Road, from Simon Brien (Lisburn Road)
Our next country mansion under £1 million is a handsome 19th century Gentleman’s Residence with delightful mature grounds. Built in 1880, this property was, for many years, occupied by the local Doctor who practised from the adjoining surgery and dispensary. However, in recent years the house has been extensively and sympathetically restored by the present owners and is now a beautiful family home.
5. 55a Milecross Road, from John Minnis (Holywood)
This impressive detached Georgian style home great views over open countryside to the rear and elevated views to Strangford Lough. As well as the views, this country mansion is well presented throughout with little left to do but move your furniture in and enjoy. The accommodation is bright, spacious, and flexible with the ground floor comprising an open plan kitchen/dining/living space with sliding doors to provide access to the garden. Additionally, the living room has a cast iron wood burning stove and there is purpose-built office space.
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