|Address||31 Saintfield Road, Lisburn BT27 5BH|
|Lease||12 months minimum|
|Rent||Last listed at £495 / month + fees|
This agent has listed the accuracy as: Quite Near
Extremely Well Presented 3 Bed/2 Reception Semi-Detached Home
Benefits from New Carpets & Redcoration
Great Location on Lisburn's Saintield Rd - Walking Distance to City Centre
Pleasant Parkland Views to Front
Three Bedroom (Two Double Rooms)/ Two Reception Rooms
Extensive Gardens to Side
M1 Interchange @ Saintfield Road Nearby
Local Shop & Country Walks a Short Stroll Away
Recreation & Childrens Playpark in Adjacent Barbour Playing Fields
Oil Fired Central Heating
This is a rare opportunity to avail of an excellent property in a sought after location of Lisburn.
Located within a 15min walk of Lisburn City Centre and only a mins drive to M1 interchange @ Saintfield Road this property caters for both those requiring easy access to the City Centre & M1/Belfast. The property also benefits from an excellent local shop/garage only a short stroll away.
Additionally for those who enjoy the great outdoors, pleasant country walks are close by as are recreation & childrens playpark facilities in the adjacent Barbour playing fields.
Well presented accommodation comprises the following:
GROUND FLOOR: Entrance hall; Lounge with Attractive Bay Window; Dining Room/Family Room to Rear; Good sized kitchen with integrated fridge freezer, washing machine and cooker.
FIRST FLOOR: Three bedrooms - two of which are double bedrooms; Family bathroom with white suite and shower attachments over bath (shower to be fitted on request); Hot press/airing cupboard.
EXTERIOR: Detached garage & Adjacent Car-Port; Front, rear and large side gardens in lawn; Pleasant aspect to front overlooking Barbour Playing Fields.
The property is part furnished (can also be supplied as unfurnished) and the price includes rates.
We would recommend you book an early viewing.
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