|Address||3 Clendinning Way, Mahon Road, Portadown|
|Rent||£498 / month|
This agent has listed the accuracy as: Quite Near
SPACIOUS FAMILY HOME
LIVING ROOM WITH FEATURE FIREPLACE
THREE WELL PROPORTIONED BEDROOMS WITH BUILT IN WARDROBES
WHITE BATHROOM SUITE
DETACHED GARAGE 19'2 X 9'3
PVC DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS
GAS CENTRAL HEATING
AMPLE GARDENS TO FRONT AND REAR
WALKING DISTANCE TO TOWN CENTRE AND ALL AMENITIES
INTERNAL VIEWING HIGHLY RECOMMENED
Let2day are delighted to announce this spacious three bedroom red brick built semi-detached home at Clendinning, Maghon Park, Portadown.
The residence enjoys :- Gas heating – Double glazed windows – Oak internal doors – Built in wardrobes in each bedroom – Carpet throughout.
The accommodation comprises :- Kitchen, Dinning room, Living room, Bathroom and three Bedrooms each with built in wardrobe.
The whole development has been beautifully landscaped with mature trees, hedges and shrubs. There are spacious green areas providing a tranquil setting which will be appreciated by the discerning tenant.
Clendinning is situated on the outskirts of Portadown minutes from the town centre making it convenient to local schools, shopping amenities and leisure facilities. This picturesque setting is conveniently located beside a strong network of transport links. By car, its located just off the A3, which joins the main M1 road, taking you to Belfast in 30 minutes. The main Belfast to Dublin cross boarder train service passes through Portadown making Newry, Dundalk, Drogheda and Dublin conveniently accessible for work or play.
Over the past few years the area has continued to change for the better. The future plans for Craigavon and Portadown have set out an exciting basis for the regeneration and future development of both towns laying foundations to turn a progressive and inclusion vision into a reality. Clendinning is very much in keeping with that vision.
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