Are you searching for your dream home in Northern Ireland? This week, Propertynews.com are showcasing another 10 dream homes for sale across NI to help with your property search. From a mega seven bedroom home in Dunmurry to a coastal home in Craigavad, there is something for everyone on this list.
The sun is starting to shine and the days are getting longer. Spring is finally on the way so now is a great time to start spring cleaning your home. For many, a spring clean may feel like a chore but it doesn't have to be as Propertynews.com share their top tips on how to get your home sparkling for the warmer months.
Ballyclare based property developers, Hagan Homes have started working on 18 new homes at Thaxton Village in Lisburn. The 18 three-bedroom detached, semi-detached properties and townhouses in the Thaxton Village development are scheduled to be handed over by December 2020. House prices are due to start from £150,000.
One of Belfast’s most iconic buildings, Custom House, has been put on the property market after its previous occupiers moved out. Located in a prominent location, fronting onto Custom House Square at Donegall Quay, this Grade B+ listed building has been put up for sale after the relocation of HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) to Erskine House in January.
A landmark home in Ballymena offers quality and luxury in every corner. From the grand entrance hall to the luxury bathrooms and family games room, this Co. Antrim home is designed for a superior standard of living. This detached dwelling rests on an extensive two acre site in an elevated position that benefits from unrivalled views across the Co. Antrim countryside.
Are you currently searching for your dream home? Well, Propertynews.com are here to help. This week we are showcasing the top 10 dream properties for sale in Northern Ireland. From Bangor to Portadown and detached dwellings to town terraces, this list has something for everyone!
This marvellous home for sale in Malone maintains many of its original features and offers plenty of space for all the family. Constructed in circa 1926, this striking property has retained much of its period beauty which is emphasised through the feature wood panelled walls, original floors and corniced ceilings.
Are you a first time buyer searching for a home in Northern Ireland? Well, now is a great time to start your property search. Land and Property Services recently published the latest Northern Ireland House Price Index, highlighting the average house prices across all 11 council areas in Northern Ireland. This latest index states that the average house price in Northern Ireland rose to £140,190. It also indicates that the 3 cheapest areas to buy a property are Armagh City, Banbridge and Craigavon; Derry City and Strabane and Mid and East Antrim.
This week, Propertynews.com are showcasing 10 dream properties for sale across Northern Ireland. Whether you are searching for a contemporary city property or a rural retreat, there is something for everyone on this list.
House prices increased across all 11 Northern Ireland council areas in 2019, as the region generally outperformed the rest of the UK, new data highlights. The latest House Price Index shows that the average Northern Ireland house price rose by 2.5 percent to £140,190 over the last 12 months (Q4 2018 – Q4 2019). The largest increase in property styles was detached homes (up 3.7 percent), semi-detached homes (up 3.1 percent) and terraced homes (up 1.8 percent)