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These new bespoke luxury homes have been expertly crafted within an historic Co Tyrone estate surrounded by acres of parklands. Stephanie Bell reports...

Set in the lush country estate formerly belonging to the Earl of Ranfurly in Dungannon, Ballynorthland Manor is a unique development of new homes carefully crafted from an original 19th century building.

An oasis of calm, the courtyard style development is nestled in 70 acres of parkland with views over the glistening waters of Dungannon Lake.

The lake and woodland provide a natural habitat to a diverse range of flora and fauna including mallard ducks, swans, rainbow trout and various bird species.

You know you have arrived somewhere special when you enter via electric gates to the private estate.

These one-off homes offer a striking blend of historic beauty with luxurious, contemporary finishes.

The restoration of the original Grade B listed building was sympathetically carried out by Warwick Architects, a multi-award winning practice located in Templepatrick and renowned for its specialist work in conservation and heritage.

A show house has just opened with opulent interior design by Kris Turnbull and his team, renowned as one of the most desirable and esteemed design studios not just here but in the UK, throughout Europe and the Middle East.

Kris is on hand to advise new owners on achieving the same quality look in their new home.

Three of the seven of these unique two and three bedroom properties launched just this month have already been booked. There will be 11 in total with four more released at a later date.

The location will also have wide appeal as the tranquil setting is close to all the amenities of Dungannon and just one mile from the M1.

New owners have the chance to put their own stamp on the wonderful turnkey interiors with a choice of contemporary style kitchens topped with solid wood worktops.

Luxury appliances include a four ring induction hob, oven, integrated fridge, freezer and dishwasher.

Bathroom and en suites will be finished with designer-led tiling and sanitary ware with a choice of fittings in chrome.

You can also choose your own flooring from a selection of deep pile carpets and engineered hardwood.

Panelled, painted timber internal doors with period ironmongery perfectly suit the rich feel in these exquisite interiors.

Sliding sash windows with period style wooden shutters are also standard in each home.

Energy efficient gas fired central heating systems will keep costs down and you also have a choice of wood burning or gas stove.

The communal courtyard itself is a delightful space which has been beautifully landscaped with shrubs, planting, hedges and lawns.

The traditional stone building boasts many beautiful architectural features including original arches and round windows.

Viewing of the show home is available by appointment with the agent.

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