Belfast Telegraph - Propertynews - - News - Prop­erty Cor­re­spon­dent Stephanie Bell stef­bell@hot­mail.co.uk PROPERTYNEWS.COM

CYPRUS Av­enue is one of those quiet res­i­den­tial Belfast streets where lo­cals as­pire to live

Made fa­mous when Van Mor­ri­son penned a hit song about it, this leafy av­enue boasts some of the city’s most at­trac­tive Vic­to­rian and Ed­war­dian homes.

Our main fea­ture home this week dates back to 1877 and is one of four very dis­tinct prop­er­ties on the street known as Plevna Vil­las.

A fine Vic­to­rian gen­tle­man’s res­i­dence in its day, it has re­tained the beauty of its orig­i­nal ar­chi­tec­ture while be­ing well main­tained through the decades.

On pages 4 and 5 we are de­lighted to fea­ture some­thing very new for North­ern Ire­land in terms of qual­ity and ex­clu­siv­ity.

Co­ral­mount in Londonderry has been de­scribed as NI’S most lux­u­ri­ous de­vel­op­ment.

Tag­gart Homes has scoured the world for ma­te­ri­als and ideas to pour into th­ese unique prop­er­ties which are fin­ished with su­perb de­tails such as silk lined car­pets, out­door fire­places and gold chan­de­liers.

There are just six of th­ese ex­quis­ite homes and al­ready three have been snapped up.

Also on page 8 we have a lovely fam­ily home which was built just a few years ago in a tran­quil ru­ral set­ting on the out­skirts of Crum­lin village.

Inside is high spec and the house is sur­rounded by ex­ten­sive land­scaped gardens with plenty of room for chil­dren to play.

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