10 new properties for this weeks chart!
Who falls top of the list this time?
Check out the school house conversion at number 2! (Probably the best conversion we have ever seen!) Also the decor in number 3 is beautiful!
2. Drumlough School House, 200 Dromara Road, Hillsborough – Templeton Robinson (Lisburn)
Originally built as a primary school in 1908, the sale of the former Drumlough School House represents the opportunity for the discerning purchaser to enjoy a beautiful and tranquil setting away from the hustle and bustle of City life, yet still remain superbly placed for commuting to many locations throughout the province via the A1 and M1 road networks and located just 3 miles from the picturesque village of Hillsborough.
3. 59 Belmont Park, Belfast – Simon Brien Residential (East Belfast)
4. 23 Carnreagh Bend, Newtownabbey – Aria Residential – Templepatrick (Resale)
Investors and first time buyers should not overlook the opportunity to purchase this spacious and well presented end of terrace property located in the popular area of Rathcoole.
5. 1 Old Holywood Road, Belfast – Reeds Rains Estate Agents East Belfast
Situated on the corner of Belmont and Old Holywood Road within one of East Belfast’s most sought addresses is this attractive red brick detached cottage.
6. 14 The Flax House, Mill Village, Comber, Newtownards – John Minnis (Comber)
Originally a linen mill dating back to the 19th century, ‘The Mill Village’ has been sympathetically converted combining contemporary design creating an award winning development. The Mill Village is renowned for its exclusivity and this spacious penthouse apartment has been finished to a most exacting specification oozing opulence and character. The residents within the Mill Village enjoy access to a fantastic leisure complex in the Linen House Building which includes swimming pool, spa and fitness suite.
7. Ardavon House, 16 Glen Road, Cultra, Holywood – Osborne King
‘Ardavon House’ is a most attractive Victorian residence dating back to c.1900 occupying a site area of approximately 1.75 acres. The property retains its own grand private pillared entrance, which is completely independent of the development of the six sites which has its own separate entrance with mature bank of trees and shrubs that also defines the boundary between Ardavon House, the grounds and the site area ensuring immediate privacy.
8. 32 Prieststown Road, Ahoghill, Ballymena – McKinneys
This attractive farmhouse is located in a popular rural area between Ahoghill and Portglenone. The accommodation includes a lounge with tiled fireplace, dining room, spacious kitchen, utility, three bedrooms and bathroom. Outside there are a range of outbuildings including a garage and adjacent general purpose shed, additional stores and former traditional byre.
9. The Alnwick, Site 43 Hadlow, High Bangor Road, Donaghadee – Rodgers & Browne
Situated on Bangor’s doorstep along the Ards Peninsula, the quaint harbour town of Donaghadee is steeped in a long seafaring history and still maintains a special romance with the sea today.