Is this the most peculiar house for sale in Northern Ireland?

From Victorian décor to taxidermy bears, this Northern Irish house is full of surprises.

Are you looking for a home that stands out and isn’t quite like any other? Well, this may be the most peculiar house for sale in Northern Ireland.

The five-bed mid townhouse in Bangor, Northern Ireland, is painted a striking bright pink and overlooks Belfast Lough.

Built in approximately 1895, the Victorian influence can certainly be seen in the current owner’s decor choices. Let’s take a look inside the most peculiar house for sale in Northern Ireland.

What you will discover as you step inside – a treasure trove

You will discover a treasure trove as soon as you step inside.
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Listed on PropertyPal, photos show rocking horses in every room, two large taxidermy bears, with one looking out a window across the sea, multiple moose heads, and a rather scary looking statue of a man at the top of the stairs.

Other features include elaborate and ornate wallpaper, mirrors, and chairs. Whether you find this house charming or creepy, it certainly boasts a lot of character!

Offers for his peculiar house for sale in Northern Ireland start at £399,950. Alongside five bedrooms, there are three reception rooms and one bathroom. The house runs on oil and is a three-storey build.

Although it’s unlikely that you’ll get to keep the rocking horses or bears, there are plenty of character features that will come with the house.

Victorian features abound – elegant finishings

Is this the most peculiar house for sale in Northern Ireland?
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Walking into the property, the entrance hall boasts a Chinese slate tiled floor and traditional ceiling cornicing.

The lounge also features ceiling cornicing, with a cast-iron fireplace that has the added indulgence of a white marble mantel. A bay window looks out across the sea.

The large kitchen has space for a dining area, and there’s also a separate dining room.

The largest bedroom, like many of the rooms in the house, has wooden flooring. Four out of five of the bedrooms have a cast iron open fireplace.

At the back of the property, there’s a paved courtyard with access to an external W.C. The stepped garden can also be accessed via Carisbrooke Terrace. At the front, there’s an off-road parking space, and a raised patio offers more space for rest and relaxation.

Is this the most peculiar house for sale in Northern Ireland? – social media certainly thinks so

132 Seacliff Road in Bangor.
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The peculiar house for sale in Northern Ireland has been getting quite a bit of attention online.

Sarah Creighton from Belfast posted, “Please tell me you’ve all seen the weird balamory house in Bangor with the full-size bear in the window.”

Elaine Crory, also living in Belfast, commented, “I mean, you could make that house so beautiful. But also it’s 100% haunted. Swings and roundabouts.”

Is this the most peculiar house for sale in Northern Ireland?
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A few people who commented have actually visited this house, as the woman who owns it did the flowers for their wedding.

Gary Porter said, “Lady who owns it done the flowers for my wedding. We were inside it one afternoon. Safe to say she is a bit of a character.”

What do you think of this house? Is it the most peculiar house for sale in Northern Ireland? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.

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