Winter is coming, and this week we’ve got another 10 dream homes that you’ll want to be snuggling up in this festive season. This week, our homes come in all different shapes and sizes from a sleek city centre apartment to a Victorian home set in its own mature gardens. Which of these incredible properties do you want to call home?
1. South Sperrin from James Duggan
The first house to make this week’s list in a gorgeous semi-detached property in the popular King’s Road area of Belfast. This substantial property has been renovated throughout to offer a flawless finish. On the ground floor of this property, there is a formal sitting room and a large open plan kitchen and living space with views onto the garden. On the first floor, there are three good sized bedrooms, one with a staircase to a floored attic which would make an ideal playroom or office.
2. Turmennan Lodge from North Down Mortgage Services and Property Sales
The second house on our list is Turmennan Lodge in Downpatrick, South Down. This house is something a little different and offers a unique place to live with incredible views and an idyllic location. Spread across three floors, this property has a dual aspect open plan kitchen and living room at the heart of the property. Not only does this property lie in a tranquil location next to National Trust land but there is also a separate log cabin. This house is truly one of a kind and was built to the current owner’s specifications offering a spacious and versatile living space.
3. Fernbank Park from Penny Smyth
The third house on this week’s list in 35 Fernbank Park in Bangor, County Down. This inviting semi-detached four-bed property is really something special. On the ground floor of this property, there is a large living room with fireplace, an open kitchen dining room, and a WC. On the first floor, there is a spacious master bedroom with sliding wardrobe, three further bedrooms, and a family bathroom. Outside the property, there is a large driveway for two cars and a rear garden with a decked area at the end.
4. Millisle Road from John Minnis
The fourth house on is week’s list is 159 Millisle Road in Donaghadee, County Down. Set on an elevated plot overlooking the sea, this property could be an incredibly spacious family home with idyllic views. On the ground floor, there is a lounge, dining area, shower room and a large open plan kitchen living area with two sets of double doors leading onto the garden. Upstairs, there are two double bedrooms and a master bedroom with an ensuite. On the second floor, there is a converted attic area which is currently being used as a fourth bedroom.
5. Falcon Heights from Lindsay Fyfe
Falcon Heights in Newtownards is the half way mark in today’s list. This attractive attached property offers a huge amount of space for the price. When entering the property, you are greeted with a hall leading to a study, dining room, L-shaped kitchen and WC. There is also a utility room and garden room beside the single garage. On the first floor, there are four double bedrooms with a master ensuite. To the rear of the property there is a large garden with garden with a raised patio and a large drive way to the front.
6. Victoria Crescent from Thomas Orr
The sixth house to make our list is a semi-detached chalet-style bungalow in Newtownards, County Down. On the ground floor, there is a spacious living room with a fireplace and large windows to the front of the property and a kitchen dinner with modern units and integrated appliances. On the first floor, there is a family bathroom, two double bedrooms and a smaller third bedroom with built-in storage. Outside, there is an external garage, carport and a paved garden area to the rear of the property.
7. Ridgeway Park North from Simon Brien
The seventh house to make our list is 23 Ridgegway Park North in Craigavon, County Armagh. This attractive period property has seen modernisation throughout and would be an ideal blank canvas for a first-time buyer or growing family. On the ground floor, there are two reception rooms, one with a bay window and a galley style kitchen which is fully integrated with modern appliances. Upstairs there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom. This property has an external garage and a newly built deck to the rear of the property.
8. Nottinghill from McQuoids
The eighth house on the list is a unique rental opportunity in the Malone Road Area of South Belfast. 25 Nottinghill is one of six Victorian residences which were built in 1870 and this property has been sympathetically converted into four self-contained 2 and 3 bedroom flats. Two of the properties are currently let with a combined rental value of 15,000 per year. This property also has the potential to be reverted back to a three-story family home.
9. Ardenlee Gardens from McClearys
The penultimate house on this week’s list is a recently renovated red brick semi-detached property in the Ravenhill area of South Belfast. On the ground floor of the property, there is a lounge, dining kitchen with living area and a WC. On the second floor, there are two double bedrooms, one with ensuite and a smaller third bedroom. To the rear of the property, there is a long garden with mature trees and shrubs and a graved area perfect for outdoor entertaining.
10. The Arc from Templeton Robinson
The final property on this week’s list is apartment 6 at the ARC in the Titanic Quarter. This impressive two-bedroom apartment is close to the city centre and has incredible views of the river Lagan and the harbour. There is an open plan living and kitchen area with a sleek integrated kitchen, sliding doors on to a small balcony and integrated multimedia system with built-in speaker system. There are two double bedrooms, the master with an ensuite shower room and a further family bathroom.
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