|Address||35A Main Street, Annalong BT34 4QH|
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This charming detached bungalow is tucked away in a secure location off Main Street in Annalong Village. This is just a short walk to the shore and Annalong Harbour. The accomodation consists of two bedrooms, shower room, kitchen and dining area as well as a seperate lounge. There are private patios surronuding the property as well as tarmac parking area for one vehicle. A perfect oppourtunity to acquire a holiday home or a permanent residence in a sought after location.
- Carpets and blinds included in sale
- uPVC Double Glazing
- Oil fired Central Heating
PVC glazed front door. Carpet flooring. 2 double power points. Single power point. Telephone point. Single radiator.
15'3" x 12'9"
Large front aspect bay window. Electric fire with wooden surround. Carpet flooring. 3 double power points. 2 TV points. Double radiator. Telephone point.
12'0" x 7'11"
Modern fitted kitchen with a good range of high and low level units with feature lighting. Stainless steel sink and drainer with window over. Tiled floor. Built in storage cupboard. PVC glazed door to side.
12'11" x 12'1"
Front aspect window. Front aspect window. Carpet flooring. Single radiator. 2 double power points. TV point. Telephone point.
12'0" x 8'3"
Rear aspect window. Walk in wardrobe. Carpet flooring. Single radiator. 2 double power points.
8'0" x 7'8"
Bath with shower over, wash hand basin with storage under and WC. Carpet flooring. Privacy window.
Good storage space with shelving.
Block built shed with electrics and light.
- Tarmac parking for one vehicle
- Country garden style patios
- shared laneway from Main street
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