March 17th is St Patrick’s Day. Across Northern Ireland, Ireland and the rest of the world people will mark the traditional death date of the patron saint of Ireland.
Whether you pin a shamrock to your chest, down a few pints of Guiness or dress head to toe in green, it’s your chance to be an honorary Irish man or woman for the day. AND it’s a chance for Reeds Rains to showcase the very best of our Northern Irish properties.
Reeds Rains has a substantial network of seven branches across Northern Ireland where all the signs for the property market are positive: a January survey from RICS and Ulster Bank forecasted a year of growing sales and prices.
What house could you buy in Northern Ireland?
Ballyhackamore has become the place to visit in Belfast for a variety of excellent restaurants and great bars. That might be why it’s become one of the most sought after places to live in the city.
This 4-bed detached property has a great layout and exceptional finish. It sits within an exclusive new-build development, The Grange, on the outskirts of Comber’s bustling village.
The beautiful seaside town of Bangor is just a few miles from Belfast and a go-to location for many tourists visiting Northern Ireland.
Offers in the region of £135,000
This extended villa is ideally located close to highly regarded schools and will appeal to young families or first time buyers.
South Belfast is where you’ll find the premier properties in the city, with property prices significantly above the average for the city.
Offers in excess of £162,500
This trendy ground floor flat would be the perfect pad for young professionals.
Affectionately nicknamed ‘Carrick’ by the locals, this coastal town is only 10 miles from Belfast and is predominantly a commuter town. Still, it attracts many sightseers with a 12th century Norman Castle, an ancient harbour and 16th Century stone walls.
Offers in the region of £297,500
You’ll have an enviable spot on the shore front with this house, enjoying views stretching out over Belfast Lough and towards the County Down coastline.
The village of Glengormley is found on the periphery of Belfast. It’s the home of Cavehill Country Park and the Bellevue Zoological gardens.
Offers in the region of £299,950
This stunning detached family home sits within an exclusive gated complex of 4 homes and comes with a detached garage and surrounding gardens.
Lisburn is Northern Ireland’s third largest city. A popular shopping destination, it also boasts lots of great bars, restaurants and cafes.
This impressive Georgian style townhouse stands proud on a stunning crescent within a prestigious development.
This small rural town offers residents peace and quiet but has great transport links to Belfast, making it the ideal commuter town.
Offers in the region of £275,000
This charming period property has loads of period features and fantastic views out over the Irish Sea.