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Top home offices on Propertynews.com

A home office has made its way to the top of the wish-list for many people who are moving home.

Since March, many individuals have found themselves working from home due to the Coronavirus outbreak. With remote working set to become part of the new normal, there has been an increase in the number of house-hunters looking for a dedicated working space.

Whilst many properties already offer a home office as part of their specification, some owners are getting creative and transforming a guest bedroom or second reception space into a working station.

Take a look below at some of the best home offices on Propertynews.com from houses that are currently on the market.

From open plan areas to garden room renovations, there is something for everyone on this list.

Top home offices on Propertynews.com

41 Drumbo Road from GOC Estate Agents Ltd

This image depicts the home office in 41 Drumbo Road. A grand aesthetic is achieved through the range of bespoke built-in bookshelves that line the back wall.

For a grand and majestic home office, look no further than 41 Drumbo Road, a 5 bed property for sale in Lisburn.

An extensive range of bespoke built-in bookshelves line the back wall and provides plenty of storage space and a place to keep your work materials safe. The cornice ceiling helps to add another level of character to the room while the low voltage spotlights add warmth and illuminates the room perfectly.

There is even a concealed door to the family room.

26 Ravenhill Park Gardens from Templeton Robinson

Office interior at 26 Ravenhill Park Gardens. The interior is stylish with a stove, chic grey walls and a statement rug. Image used in the Top home offices on Propertynews.com blog post.

26 Ravenhill Park Gardens is a lovely mid-terrace property located on the Ravenhill Road.

This 3 bed home benefits from a professionally built garden room that doubles as a home office.

This space has water, heating and electricity.

Double French doors open into the garden, allowing the room to be illuminated by natural light and offers beautiful views across the colourful outdoor space.

141 Bryansford Road from T. L. Graham & Son

The office interior at 141 Bryansford Road.

Tucked away in the Lower Mournes is 141 Bryansford Road, a traditional cottage with a converted barn – allowing you to keep your work and home life separate.

The three roof lights provide panoramic views across the idyllic countryside while the multi fuel stove adds to the warm and cosy aesthetic.

The large windows ensure that this room is bright and well-ventilated, two essential elements to look for when choosing a home office space.

66 Drones Road from Simon Brien Residential (Lisburn Road)

This image depicts the home office in 66 Drones Road. This office is found on the the minstrel gallery.

If you prefer your home office to be open plan, then take a look at 66 Drones Road, a 5 bed home for sale in County Antrim.

This office is set up in the minstrel gallery which overlooks the dining area. Doors to the rear patio and tri-folding doors to the side courtyard are found in the dining area and creates a bright, spacious and airy home office.

The natural light bounces off the crisp white walls and helps to create a stylish and chic area to work.

The Long House, 5a Brompton Road from Independent Property Estates Ltd

This image depicts the work station in 5a Brompton Road. This area is found in the detached garage and includes self-contained accommodation.

If you need a little more room in your home office, then make sure to check out 5a Brompton Road, a detached home for sale in Bangor.

Self-contained accommodation can be found on the first floor of the detached garage which is currently being used as a home office.

This area contains a four plate electric hob, stainless steel sink, mixer tap and an integrated fridge. Lunch time at home has never been easier!

50 Killinchy Road from Agar Murdoch & Deane (Comber)

This image depicts the home office in 50 Killinchy Road. A reclaimed red brick wall is seen to the right of the image and adds character to the office. This brick wall reflects the semi-rural location of the property.

The rustic charm of the home office in 50 Killinchy Road reflects the semi-rural location of the detached home perfectly.

The exposed, reclaimed red brick wall adds a certain character to the room and creates a unique space to work in. A small porthole-like window is found in the brick wall and, when coupled with the French patio doors, allows natural light to stream in. These French doors open to a covered patio area and is the perfect way to step out and get some fresh air.

12 Finaghy Park North from Fetherston Clements Estate Agents

The interior at 12 Finaghy Park North.

12 Finaghy Park North is a superb semi-detached property and an array of period features can be found throughout the interior.

The current owners have transformed one of the two lounges into a dedicated home office space which is sure to interest a range of buyers. This extra space has allowed the vendors to adapt to the new way of working and enables them to separate their home life from their working stations.

1A Houston Park from McCleary’s

This image depicts the home office in 1A Houston Park. This office is a minimalist design and the crisp white walls creates a bright and airy work station.

Beautifully bright and crisp white, this home office in 1A Houston Park is minimalist in its design.

A supportive chair and hard desk is placed near the window and a cupboard provides storage space for work material. Pastel coloured candles rest on top of this cupboard, adding colour into the room and creating a relaxing and calming atmosphere.

15 Toberdowney Valley from Hunter Campbell Estate Agents (Ballyclare)

This image depicts the home office in 15 Toberdowney Valley. Two workstations are seen in this image. The blue wall colour helps to create a calming and relaxing aesthetic.

The home office in 15 Toberdowney Valley, a detached home for sale in County Antrim, is an extensive area that contains multiple workstations.

Two workstations, that consists of a supportive chair and desk, are placed under a Velux window and spotlights, helping to keep the spacious area well-lit.

The walls are painted a shade of blue, a calming and relaxing hue, making it a great colour choice for a home office.

Along the rear wall are a number of shelves that would make the perfect space to store working materials and books.

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