The highly coveted title of Grand Designs House of the Year 2019 has been awarded to a Northern Ireland home. This impressive annual award is given by the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) to the UK’s best new architect-designed house. This dwelling cost £335,000 to build. It was shortlisted from the Down to Earth category, which Grand Designs presenter Kevin McCloud defined as a collection of "plain-speaking, simple, honest homes".
19 Manor Park is a wonderful family home for sale in Comber. This Co. Down dwelling benefits from spacious interiors and tasteful finishes both inside and out. This sense of style is evident in every room and creates a beautiful home that is warm and welcoming.
A Victorian era mansion for sale in Co.Down is on the market at £1m. The location is picturesque and offers unrivalled views across Carlingford Lough. Constructed in c.1864, ‘Fintimara’ is located on the outskirts of Warrenpoint in one of Co. Down's most sought-after residential locations and is described as "a magnificent detached, period family residence".
With views across Holywood and Belfast Lough, this characterful bungalow will charm you with its superb location at the top of sought-after Inver Park. Rarely do properties in this prime locale come on the open market so you better move fast as interest in this lovely bungalow is expected to be strong. The current layout […]