28 Alexander Avenue, Lisburn BT27 5HT

3 Bed Terrace house To Rent

Let agreed Last listed at £425 / month

Key Information

Address 28 Alexander Avenue, Lisburn BT27 5HT
Includes Rates Yes
Viewable From 19/11/12
Available From 21/11/12
Lease 12 months minimum
Style Terrace house
Status Let agreed
Rent Last listed at £425 / month + fees
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Receptions 1
Heating Oil
Furnished Partially furnished

Location

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Additional Information

Well Presented Three Bedroom Home
Great Location - 10 mins walk City Centre
Close to M1 Interchange @ Saintfield Road
Large Lounge
Spacious Kitchen with Fitted Units & Appliances
Utility Room / Rear Hall
Recently Re-fitted Bathroom with Electric Shower Over Bath
Three Generously Sized Bedrooms
Large Private Enclosed Rear Garden with Gated Driveway Parking
Enclosed Front Garden in Lawn
Supplied Mostly Furnished
Oil Fired Central Heating System

An opportunity to rent a well presented three bedroom furnished home with gated driveway parking in a well located quiet residential area for an incredibly affordable price.

Shops and amenites are only a few minutes walk away and indeed the Ciy Centre can be reached in 10mins on foot. Belfast is also easily accessible with the M1 Interchange @ Saintfield Road only a couple of mins drive away.

Accommodation comprises the following:

GROUND FLOOR: Entrance Hall; Large lounge; Kitchen with fitted units and good range of appliances; Utility room.

FIRST FLOOR: Three bedrooms (Two double, 1 large single); Recently re-fitted Bathroom with modern white suite and electric shower over bath.

EXTERIOR: Enclosed Front garden in lawn; Large private enclosed rear garden with secure gated driveway parking.

The property is mostly furnished/partly furnished and the price is inclusive of Rates.

An early viewing is recommended.

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