It’s that time of the week again! Today, we are sharing 10 more incredible homes from across Belfast, Antrim, and Down. There are two incredible Victorian properties in Belfast that you’ll not want to miss. Well, why the wait? Let’s get started!
1. Upper Lisburn Road from Ulster Property Sales
The first house on this week’s list is a Victorian red brick semi-detached property. 18 Upper Lisburn Road is located in South Belfast and has fantastic links to the City Centre, M2 and further afield. On the ground floor, there is a WC, lounge and an open plan kitchen which is well and truly the heart of the home. On the first floor, there is a master suite with dressing room and en-suite, nursery, double bedroom with bay window and family bathroom. On the top floor of the property, there are two further double bedrooms. To the rear of the property, there is a large garden with outside office or playroom.
2. Hawthornden Road from Templeton Robinson
The second house this week is another red brick semi-detached property, but this time it’s 27 Hawtornden Road in Belmont, East Belfast. This striking property is close to the popular Belmont Road and Ballyhackamore areas and benefits from fantastic links to the city centre. On the ground floor, there are three large reception rooms, open plan kitchen diner, WC and utilities with cloakroom opposite. On the first and second floors, there are 5 double bedrooms, including a master with dressing room, a family bathroom, and a sunroom.
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3. Lomond Avenue from Fetherston Clements
The third property on our list is an ideal first home or investment property. 36a Lomond Road is located just off the Holywood Road in East Belfast, close to many commuting links. The property is over the first and second floor. When entering the property, you are greeted with an integrated kitchen, family bathroom, first bedroom and a large living area with dining space. On the second floor of the property, there are two further bedrooms including a master with dormer window. This property has the potential for a good rental return.
4. Lisburn Road from Michael Chandler
The fourth house on the list is this Tudor style property on the Lisburn Road, South Belfast. On the ground floor, there is a lounge with original fireplace, dining area with leaded window and a galley style kitchen with Belfast sink. On the second floor, there are two double bedrooms with feature fireplaces, a third study/nursery, and a family bathroom. This property is packed full of character and has maintained many original features. There is a small rear yard with space for a table and chairs.
5. Lisgarvagh from Property Services NI
The fifth house on our list is 16 Lisgarvagh in Newry, County Down. This bright semi-detached is set within a new development and has incredible views of the Mourne Mountains and is just 3 miles from Camlough and 7 miles from Newry. On the ground floor, there is a large lounge with fireplace, WC and a kitchen diner with integrated appliances and French doors to the rear of the property. On the first floor, there are two good-sized double bedrooms with a master en-suite and a nursery. There is a secure garden to the rear of the property with hill views.
6. Castlekaria Manor from John Minnis
The sixth property on this week’s list is 20 Castlekaia Manor in East Belfast. This attractive semi-detached property has been beautifully decorated throughout with many bespoke features. On entering the property, you are greeted with a hallway leading onto two lounges with built-in shelves and one with a feature fireplace, WC and a generous kitchen diner with an island. On the first floor, there are three double bedrooms, two with built-in wardrobes and a large family bathroom. To the rear of the property, there is a raised garden and a pebbled courtyard to the rear.
7. Granagh Road from Homes Independent
The seventh house to make our list is 35a Granagh Road in Cullybackey, County Antrim. This is the first detached property to make the list and it’s fantastic. On the ground floor, there is a spacious lounge with a wood burning stove, WC, utility room and a large kitchen with adjacent dining and living areas. Not only that, but there is a large games room which fits a full-size pool table. Upstairs, there are four double bedrooms, including a master with en-suite shower room and a modern bathroom with free standing bath. This property is set on a 1 ¾ acre plot with a double internal garage and only 10 minutes from Ballymena and M2/A26.
8. The Courtyard from Simon Brien
The eighth house is a three-story red brick townhouse in Crawfordsburn, County Down. On the first floor of the property, there is a spacious living room with a wood burning stove, a kitchen diner with recess lighting and doors onto a balcony which enjoys views of Belfast Lough. On the second floor, there is a large master suite with dressing room and en-suite, a family bathroom and a second double bedroom. On the ground floor, there is a third bedroom, utility area, bathroom and the garage has been converted into another living space. This property is in a fantastic location overlooking Crawfordsburn beach and has close links to Belfast and Bangor.
9. Lyndhurst Crescent from Independent Property Estates
The penultimate property on our list is 3 Lyndhurst Crescent in Bangor, County Down. This recently renovated property has been finished to a fantastic standard internally and would make an ideal home for anyone with a growing family. Set back from the road, this property has an L-shaped kitchen and living room at the heart of the home. There are four double bedrooms including a master with en-suite and a second reception room set across one floor. This spacious bungalow benefits from its proximity to Bangor West station and quick connections to the A2.
10. Torgrange from Rodgers & Browne
The final property to make our list is set in the Holywood Hills, County Down. 25 Torgrange on Whinney Hill is a detached bungalow and has quick links to the city centre and the train line. When you enter the property, you are greeted with a hallway leading to a spacious lounge with floor to ceiling windows and a statement fireplace, a family dining room, modern integrated kitchen. There are three good-sized bedrooms with built-in wardrobes and a wet room. This property sits on an elevated site and has a large double garage and a matured garden with patio and a BBQ.
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