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- Spacious apartment
- One double bedroom
- Living room with laminate wood flooring
- Contemporary Walnut style kitchen
- Stylish bathroom with shower over bath
- Electric heating
- Double glazed windows
- Basement parking space
- Panoramic City view
- Extensive use of laminate flooring
- Superb presentation
This superb twelfth floor apartment enjoys expansive views across Belfast City Centre toward Lagan valley. The accommodation offers a large living-dining room with laminate wood flooring open plan to the contemporary walnut effect kitchen, a spacious bedroom with laminate wood flooring and a spacious main bathroom. Obel is ideally situated in easy walking distance of the Titanic Quarter, Cathedral Quarter, the BT1 central business district and also Central station. City centre living with a view!
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