It’s that time of the week again, and we don’t know if it’s just that Friday feeling or if the holiday season means that we’re seeing an influx of incredible homes. Today on the blog, we’re looking at ten of the best houses we’ve seen in Northern Ireland over the past week.
1. Drumford Meadows from Hannath
First on our list is this gorgeous detached property in Portadown. As soon as you enter this home you see that it’s finished to an immaculate standard throughout. To the rear of the property, there is a large open plan kitchen diner and French doors through to the living room. With three bedrooms, including a master bedroom with en-suite, this newly built family home is just waiting to be called home!
2. Warren Road from John Minnis
Next up, is a quirky house in Donaghadee. This detached cottage sits on a 0.75-acre site and boasts an established garden with colourful boarders and twisting paths to a summer house. Inside, you’ll find a charming country style with spacious rooms and plenty of light. To the side of the property, there is a large conservatory looking over the gardens. Upstairs there are three well-proportioned bedrooms with beautiful rural views.
3. Holland Park from Simon Brien
This next house might be our favourite on the list! 6 Holland Street is a large semi-detached house situated in the popular area of Ballyhackamore and is finished to an incredible standard. Downstairs there are two reception rooms, including an open plan kitchen diner with bi-folding doors looking out to the secured garden. Upstairs there are four good sized bedrooms, including a master with a hidden en-suite. If you’re looking for style and luxury, then you’ve just found it.
4. Ballybogey Road from Adams McGillian
Fourth on our list is 214 Ballybogey Road, this semi-detached cottage is situated close to Portrush and benefits from panoramic sea views. Inside this charming property, you’ll be greeted with country style living room, complete with a large wood burning stove. There is a good-sized galley kitchen and a compact bathroom with a corner shower with statement tiles. Upstairs, there is a good-sized master bedroom with original fireplace and smaller single room. Could this quaint cottage be perfect for you?
5. Diamond Gardens from McGeown
Can you believe we’re already halfway through our list? Next, up is 56 Diamond Gardens in Finaghy and this large semi-detached family home is packed full of character. Downstairs there are two large reception rooms and a kitchen diner with French doors to the garden. Upstairs, there are four good-sized bedrooms and a family bathroom. This home also benefits from a large, secure garden and a detached garage.
6. Lansdowne Park from UPS
Next up is 55 Lansdowne Park, set in North Belfast and benefits from excellent transport links and paved, gated driveway. Inside this semi-detached property, you’ll find a bright interior with a through lounge and statement fireplace. To the rear of the property, there is a modern kitchen with plenty of rooms for white goods. Upstairs, there are three well-proportioned rooms and a family bathroom. To the side and rear of the property, there is a large garden with a small paved area.
7. Ballyeden Meadows from Stewart Estate Agents
House number 7 is number 42 Ballyeden Meadows in Magheralin. This four-bed detached family home has been decorated to a high standard throughout and offers a beautiful space to call home. With a country style kitchen and red brick fire place, this home offers a wonderful living space at the heart of the home. Upstairs, there are three good sized bedrooms, a smaller fourth bedroom and a family bathroom. Could this be your next home?
8. Castle Street from Peter Fitzpatrick & Sons
The 8th property on our list is in the beautiful village of Killough and this unique period property has a lot to offer. This property offers the buyer a perfect example of Georgian architecture but is in need of some TLC. Inside the property, you’ll be greeted with a spiral staircase leading to the upper floor of the property. With original features throughout, this property has a lot of charm and it’s easy to see how this grand space could be transformed into a spectacular home. Not only that but to the rear of the property there are 0.6 acres of gardens and several stables and outbuildings.
9. Belfast Road from Kingston Berkeley
Property number 9 is an interesting property in Comber, which has a hidden secret! From the front of the property, you’d be surprised by what lies inside. On the ground floor, there is a large kitchen with exposed brick work and the master bedroom with a generous en-suite. On the upper floor of the property, you’ll find the family bathroom, second bedroom and a large open plan lounge with access to the garden at the rear of the property. This charming property would make a great first home and be the perfect place for entertaining.
10. Rostrevor Road from Charles Digney
The final property on our list is an incredible period property in Warrenpoint, County Down. This large detached family home is a unique property built in 1860. With four bedrooms and three reception rooms, this property has a lot to offer. Set back from the shoreline of Carlingford Lough on a two-acre plot, this offers a heated swimming pool, stables and the potential for a 2nd dwelling (subject to planning permission).