56 Killycomain Drive, Portadown BT63 5JR

3 Bed Semi-detached house For Sale

Sale agreed Last listed at £65,000

Key Information

Address 56 Killycomain Drive, Portadown BT63 5JR
Style Semi-detached house
Status Sale agreed
Price Last listed at £65,000
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Receptions 2
Heating Oil
Rateable Value £82,500 *
Rates £651 pa *

* Rates information is provided for guidance purposes only, as the information source is subject to change. Please check the LPSNI website for further detail.

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Additional Information

We advise that an offer has been made for the above property in the sum of £80,000.

Any persons wishing to increase/better this offer should notify this office of their best offer prior to exchange of contracts.
Offering well proportioned living accommodation and neatly presented throughout this three bedroom semi detached property is an ideal starter home and also well suited to familes offering ease of access to leading schools and amenities.
With the advantage of having oil fired central heating as well as PVC Double Glazed Windows and a detached Garage, we anticipate keen demand for this property and recommend early viewing in order to full appreciate what this property has to offer.
ENTRANCE HALL: 8’05’ x 5’03 (2.52m x 1.62m)

Via wooden glazed front door with glazed side panels, laminated wood effect flooring, telephone point and single panel radiator. Staircase to first floor landing.

LIVING ROOM: 13’0 x 12’07 (3.96m x 3.85m)

Front aspect room with feature fireplace, laminate wood effect flooring and single panel radiator. Open plan, via archway through to;

DINING ROOM: 12’0 x 9’1 (3.6m x 2.78m)

Laminate wood effect flooring and double panel radiator.
KITCHEN: 12’8 x 3’86 (6.11m x 2.12m)
Galley style kitchen with a range of fitted shaker effect wall and base units, 1 ½ bowl stainless steel sink unit with drainer and mixer tap, space for low level fridge/freezer unit and cooker, extractor fan and light. Tongue and groove ceiling, fully tiled walls and tiled flooring, access to rear garden via PVC glazed back door.
LANDING: 8’06 x 6’06 (2.60 x 1.97)
Access to roofspace
BEDROOM 1: 12’11 x 9’04 (3.94m x 2.85m)
Front aspect, laminate wood effect flooring and single panel radiator. Access to shelved hotpress.
BEDROOM 2: 9’09 x 9’08 (2.98m x 2.93m)
Rear aspect, built in shelved cupboard and single panel radiator.
BEDROOM 3: 10’0 x 6’09 (3.5m x 2.8m)
Front aspect, built in shelved units, laminate wood effect flooring and single panel radiator.


BATHROOM: 6’4 x 6’1 (1.94m x 1.86m)
White bathroom suite comprising of panelled bath with electric shower over with glazed screen, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, separate vanity unit, low flush W.C. tongue and groove ceiling, single panel radiator, fully tiled walls.
EXTERIOR
Front garden mainly laid in lawn with driveway to side leading to detached garage. Low maintenance rear garden, oil tank and outside light.
GARAGE:
Via up and over door, power and light.
FEATURES
• THREE BEDROOM SEMI DETACHED HOUSE
• LIVING ROOM WITH FEATURE FIREPLACE
• DINING ROOM
• DETACHED GARAGE VIA OWN DRIVEWAY
• OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING
• PVC DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS
• CLOSE TO ALL LOCAL AMENITIES
• CONVENIENT LOCALITY

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