There is no better way to enjoy the long weekend than with 10 glorious properties for sale in Northern Ireland. This week, we’re showcasing some incredible properties, from the heart of county Tyrone to North Down’s gold coast! If you’re looking for your very own dream home, then you’ll be truly spoilt with this week’s list from Propertynews.com.
First up on this week’s list, is a truly outstanding property! This house offers over 6,500 sq ft of space, 28 acres of carefully maintained grounds and so much more. This bespoke dwelling offers four reception rooms, five bedrooms, a triple garage with a gym, indoor swimming pool, cinema room and that’s just inside. Outside, there is a Go Kart track with race control office, kids adventure area and a helipad. Can you imagine calling this incredible property home? We surely can!
The second house to make the list is an impressive detached property in Crawfordsburn, County Down. On the ground floor, there is an entrance hall leading to a WC with a utility room, a generous sitting room and a remarkably bright, open plan kitchen living space that leads to the lower ground floor. On the lower ground floor, there is a garage with storage and a cinema room to hold your very own premiers. Once you head up the stairs, you’ll find four double bedrooms, including a master suite with walk-in wardrobe, ensuite shower room and a balcony with beautiful views.
House number three is a detached period property off the Antrim Road in North Belfast. This impressive red brick home enjoys an exquisite location on a quiet suburban street. This property will become an incredible family home and would benefit from some modernisation to bring this property into its own. On the ground floor, there are two large reception rooms including one with a bay window, an under stairs WC and a kitchen dining area with access to the garden. Up the stairs, there are four double bedrooms and a family bathroom with separate WC. Outside the property, there is a generous driveway, garage and an impressive garden laid in lawn.
Next up is a truly incredible property set in 1.5 acres of mature gardens with picturesque views of Belfast Lough. When you enter the property, you’re greeted with a reception hall leading to a cloakroom with WC, a drawing room with bay window, a dining room, a sitting room, a study and an oak kitchen with dining area. Through the kitchen, there is a drying room with access to the garage and a utility room. On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms including a master suite with dressing room and bathroom. Further to this, there are two more bedrooms on the second floor one of which is ensuite. Outside the property, there is a mature garden and a heated swimming pool.
The halfway mark on this week’s list is 23 Cultra Avenue is Holywood, County Down. This stunning detached property was design by the architect Des Ewing and was built to include a converted 19th-century stable block. Packed full of character, this property offers a remarkably unique place to call home. Set across two floors, this home boasts five bedrooms and three reception rooms which include an orangery! This property is finished to an exceptional standard inside and will appeal to a range of buyers due to its perfect blend of modern finishes and period touches. Outside the property, there is a courtyard, a pebbled driveway and a filtrated koi pond – what’s not to love?
House number 6 is a fantastic red brick semi-detached property in Finaghy, South Belfast. This property has been recently renovated throughout and extended to provide a well-planned living space which is perfect for a growing family. On the ground floor, there is a lounge with a highly-polish ceramic floor and exposed brick fireplace, an open plan kitchen living area with integrated appliances and bi-folding doors to the rear of the property. On the first floor, there is a master bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe, a double room with bay window and a family bathroom with a four-piece suite. What’s more, this property has also had a loft conversion which has added a further bedroom with ensuite and eaves storage.
The seventh house on the list is a semi-detached red brick property in the ever-popular area of Ballyhackamore, East Belfast. When you enter this property, you’re greeted with a hallway leading to a dining room with open fire, a bright lounge with bay window and a modern integrated garden with access to the garden. On the first floor, there are two bedrooms including an ensuite master bathroom and a large family bathroom. When it comes to space, that’s not the end. This property also benefits from two basement rooms and an impressive roof space which has been converted into a den. Can you imagine all of this space belonging to you?
Have you ever wanted to live in Beverley Hills? Well, house number eight is Bangor’s very own Beverley Hills and offers an incredible place to call home. On the ground floor, there is a tiled entrance porch, a drawing room, a sun terrace, a living room with slate hearth, a utility room with WC, a study, and an impressive family kitchen with island breakfast bar and integrated appliances. Upstairs, there are four double bedrooms with a Jack and Jill ensuite between the master and 2nd bedroom. Further to this, there is a further bedroom or sunroom with access to a timber decked terrace with stunning coastal views. Outside the property, there is a well-maintained garden with decked area and both an internal and detached garage.
The penultimate house on this week’s list is something a little special! Erganagh House is a beautifully restored period property which is steeped in history. This impressive property was built in 1780 and functioned as a base for American troops during the second world war and was also home to the late, renowned painter John Wright. The main living quarters are spread over the ground floor, first floor and basement. The property boasts five generous bedrooms and three reception rooms. But, not only that this property also has its own wine cellar, gate lodge and gardener’s cottage!
The final house on this week’s list a detached property in the award-winning Governor’s Gate development in Lisburn, County Down. This attractive red brick home offers a huge amount of space and a fabulous south facing the garden. On the ground floor, there is a dining room, a lounge with double doors through to the kitchen, a WC and a utility room. Upstairs, there are two bedrooms, a family bathroom and a master with ensuite. Outside the property, there is a garden laid in lawn with a spacious stone patio and plenty of room for summer entertaining! In love with this exclusive Lisburn development?
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