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Five Stunning Period Homes For Sale

Posted on Sunday 19th September 2021

If it's high ceilings, cornicing, classic fireplaces, bay windows, sash windows, steeply pitched roofs, stained glass or tiled hallways?

Check out these stunning period homes...

'The Grey House' 60 Station Road, Craigavad, Holywood, County Down, BT18


£2,950,000 Asking Price

Undoubtedly one of County Down's most impressive period homes - 'The Grey House' occupies an elevated site on the Craigavad coastline with uninterrupted views across Belfast Lough to the County Antrim shoreline.

'The Grey House' is located in one of Northern Ireland's most sought after residential areas in the heart of the mature Cultra/Craigavad area. The beach and shoreline are just minutes away, with pleasant walks to Holywood and Bangor along the coastal path. There are many sporting facilities available within close proximity including Royal Belfast Golf Club and Royal North of Ireland Yacht Club.

'Ballyaughlis Lodge', 238 Ballylesson Road, Drumbo, Lisburn, County Antrim, BT27 5TS


£1,750,000 Asking Price

'Ballyaughlis Lodge' dating back to 1780 was built as part of the surrounding Belvedere estate bordering the Ballylesson Road, Drumbo.

This magnificent listed Georgian Residence with considerable architectural significance is set within stunning mature country gardens with a woodland backdrop of circa 5 Acres. The property was extensively renovated and modernised by the current owners when purchased in 1990 having been owned by the Clarke Family for over 60 years and no expense has been spared in retaining the character and level of finish and specification both internally and externally.

'Nephin', 51 Malone Park, Belfast, County Antrim, BT9 6NN


£1,495,000 Asking Price

Malone Park is undoubtedly one of Belfast's most desirable residential addresses, with an impressive pillared entrance from the Malone Road, tree lined Avenue and pedestrian entrance to the Lisburn Road and Balmoral Avenue. While this mature setting enjoys considerable privacy and seclusion, the location could not be more convenient for access to the City Centre, Lisburn Road, main arterial transport routes, leading schools and academic institutions, shops, parks, golf clubs and shopping facilities.

'Nephin' is a most attractive detached home designed by William Fennell in 1901 occupying a magnificent south facing mature site laid in lawns, mature trees and shrub beds offering a profusion of colour in all seasons. There is a dual entrance leading to a generous parking and turning area to the front of the property with Detached Garage.

'Islandbane House', 31 Ringhaddy Road, Killinchy, Newtownards


£1,350,000 Offers Over

The sale of 'Islandbane House' represents a rare opportunity to acquire a home which sits on such a superb elevated site measuring c. 8.5 acres with stunning, unrivalled views across Strangford Lough and the islands. The property is situated in an ideal location for those who enjoy country pursuits such as sailing with the direct access to Strangford Lough and Ringhaddy Cruising Club minutes away, horse riding or who would like a private residence with breath taking views in a picturesque location.

The original house dates back to the early 1700's and has been modernised over the years. The main house compromises of ample accommodation including an entrance hall, drawing room, dining room, living and dining area, kitchen and five bedrooms on two levels. Externally the property has extensive outbuildings which surround a courtyard. The outbuildings consist of a lookout which enjoys 180 degree views across Strangford Lough, garages, barns, workshops and there is also shower and WC facilities.

Heath Lodge, 6 Broomhill Park, Malone, Belfast, County Antrim, BT9 5JB


£1,295,000 Asking Price

Located in one of Belfast's most sought after residential addresses, 'Heath Lodge' is a most attractive Arts and Crafts style residence dating back to 1928. The property occupies a prime corner site in Broomhill Park and exudes many magnificent original architectural features both externally and internally.

The attractive red brick with decorative bay detailing, red tiled roof with large overhanging eaves are but a few of the handsome external details. Internally, the panelled reception hall, leaded windows, original fireplaces and corniced / beamed ceilings all create a period home of immense charm and character.

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