|Address||83 Newtownards Road, Donaghadee BT21 0PT|
|Price||Offers around £49,950|
|Rateable Value||£70,000 *|
|Rates||£475 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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Independent Property Estates are pleased to introduce to the Sales Market Number 83 Newtownards Road, Donaghadee.
This Semi Detached Property is in need of modernisation and as such has been priced accordingly.
This Property offers living accommodation in the form of two First Floor Bedrooms, one Reception Room, a fitted Kitchen and a Ground Floor Bathroom Suite.
Externally, sitting on a generous sized site, this Property benefits from off road parking and extensive lawn gardens to the rear of the Property suitable for a myriad of uses.
Located on the Newtownards Road between Donaghadee and Six Roads End, this Property enjoys a Semi Rural Location whilst still being convenient to Bangor, Newtownards and Donaghadee.
Lounge (12’ 7” x 10’ 3”)
Front aspect Reception Room with tiled Fireplace with back boiler system. Tiled floor
Kitchen (13’ 4” x 10’ 3”)
Fitted Kitchen with a range of fitted units with complimentary Laminate Worktops and Stainless Steel Sink Unit. Plumbed for Washing Machine.
Three piece suite comprising Wash Hand Basin, W.C. and Bath with Shower Attachment.
Master Bedroom (13’ 3” x 9’ 9”)
Front aspect double Bedroom.
Bedroom Two (13’ 4” x 7’ 11”)
Rear aspect double Bedroom.
Semi Detached Property
One Reception Room
Ground Floor Bathroom Suite
Oil Fired Central Heating
Front Loose Stone Garden
Enclosed Rear Yard
PRICE - £49,950
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