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- 3 Bedroom
- 2 Reception
- Gas Central Heating
- Rear Garden
Additional InformationAn excellent mid-terrace property full of character located in Greenmount Avenue, Bangor. Bangor's bustling Town Centre is a short stroll away whilst Belfast can be reached in approximately thirty minutes by road or rail. Also in close proximity are Castle Park, Aurora Aquatics and Leisure Complex as well as all the amenities Bangor has on offer. Local nurseries, primary and grammar schools are all close at hand.
Internally, the ground floor consists of entrance hall, lounge, dining room, and fitted kitchen including utility cupboard. The first floor consists of three bedrooms, bathroom and separate wc.
Externally, there are front and rear gardens, rear yard and store.
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