Belfast Telegraph

Wednesday 17 September 2014

The 50 most desirable houses in Northern Ireland

6 Ummer Road, Enniskillen
49 Loughside with private jetty: 12 Henry Street, Enniskillen, Price on application, Montgomery Finlay & Co, tel 6632 4485
An exclusive development of three apartments on the banks of Lough Erne. The 3,000 sq ft properties have four bedrooms and two reception rooms in either turnkey spec or builder’s finish. The build here includes slate roof, granite sills and K-rend externally. All bedrooms are en suite with a sun terrace, balconies and a private jetty.

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1 Cultra House: 6 Cultra Park, Holwood, £175,000, BTW Cairns 028 90428989
The mansion house overlooking Belfast Lough, currently on the market for £1.75m, has all the luxurious trappings of a high-end home which is fit for a family at a stunning address. Cultra has long been one of the most sought-after locations in Northern Ireland and has been dubbed the ‘Gold Coast’ for its mansion-like homes. The property boasts 7,000 sq ft of sumptuous living space. The manor is palatial inside and out with features such as a ballroom and tennis courts. This house could be fresh out of MTV Cribs with its solid marble tiled floors, home gym, designer kitchen, underfloor heating and an incredible orangery overlooking landscaped gardens.

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From coastal casas with breathtaking views to country manors set in rolling green fields, and not forgetting the classy urban style now evident in sleek city developments, is it any wonder we are obsessed with our homes?

Now some of Northern Ireland’s housing experts, including award-winning architect Des Ewing and Northern Ireland residential spokesman for the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors Tom McClelland, have teamed up with myself to cast a critical eye over 50 of the most desirable properties.

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