A six-bedroom detached home in South Belfast has gone on the market with a price tag of £1,750,000. Designed at the end of the 19th century by one of Belfast’s most renowned architects, this listing offers a lucky purchaser the chance to own a slice of history.
Immerse yourself in the past with these period properties for sale in Northern Ireland.
If you are searching for a home that is steeped in history then look no further as Propertynews.com are showcasing their top 10 period properties for sale in Northern Ireland.
A short stroll away from Murlough Nature Reserve, a unique County Down home, complete with an interior well, is on the market for offers over £395,000. Featuring stunning views of the Mourne Mountains alongside a unique period interior, The Old Rectory is an excellent getaway to the countryside.
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.
It’s not every day that a beautifully maintained period home that is steeped in history comes on the property market. Known as The Old Lodge, this detached chalet bungalow is one of Co. Antrim’s finest former gate lodges. Located on the Fenaghy Road in Ballymena, this property neighbours Galgorm Golf Resort and Spa.
A former Northern Ireland school in Limavady is on the market at £475,000. Now a colourful country residence, the interior is a far cry from the days of teachers and lessons. The current owners of the old Balteagh School have renovated the property with a unique pink interior, beauty parlour and even an outdoor hot tub! Resting on 2.2 acres, this “superb large family home” includes five spacious bedrooms, two reception rooms and a converted stables which is ideal for those working from home.
A 17th century Co. Antrim mansion is on the market for £695,000. Known as Tildarg House, this period residence dates back to 1677 and was extensively refurbished in 2002, yet still retains many of its character features. This family dwelling benefits from a panoramic view of green fields and comprises of no less than seven double bedrooms, four reception rooms and two cellar rooms.
Dating back to circa 1870, this detached home in Cultra is one of the original period houses in area. This elegant property boasts traditional beauty and luxury contemporary comforts. Known as Murlough, this property stands proud in the heart of Cultra village and is only minutes from the coastline and Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club.
Arts & Crafts Gem in South Belfast If you love period details this detached house in the sought after Malone Road area of Belfast is worth a closer look. Its Arts & Craft style has been lauded by Dr Paul Larmour an architectural heritage expert who studied at Queen’s University. Located in one of South […]
This jaw-dropping home in Upper Ballinderry combines the traditional with the ultra-contemporary that will charm any viewer. From the picture perfect white washed thatched cottage at the front, you step into a magnificent modern extension that is made from glass and wood. Fusing the old with the new, the two juxtaposing sections of this one-of-a-kind property blends together beautifully, adding luxury and makes the most of the surrounding rural views.