East Antrim property: take a look at this beautiful Grade B1 listed Georgian home

St Catherine’s is an imposing Grade B1 listed Georgian residence on an elevated site on the outskirts of Carrickfergus, affording far reaching views over the town to Belfast Lough and the Co Down coast.

The property is believed to have been built around 1805. Photo: Hunter Campbell

The property, which features in the book ‘Buildings of County Antrim’ by Charles Brett, is believed to have been built circa 1805.

It retains many original period features both externally and internally, and is complemented by a range of stone outbuildings suitable for a variety of uses.

St Catherine’s is on the market with Hunter Campbell for £625,000; for more information, click here.

The property is approached by a sweeping driveway.
Bright and airy reception hall.
Sitting room.
Dining room.
Utility room.
Boot room with doors to garden.
The property retains many original features.
One of the property's bedrooms.
Luxury bathroom.
Bright and airy double room.
Sun terrace.
The property is complemented by a range of stone outbuildings.
A wealth of outdoor space.