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- 2 Bed Mid-Terrace
- Requires Modernisation
- OFCH/uPVC Double Glazing
- Rear Yard/Communal Parking
- EPC Rating: D55
Wednesday 16th Jan 2019 10:00am - 10:30am
We are pleased to offer this Mid Terrace property on Killymoon Street on the main road leading to Cookstown Town Centre which will require modernisation but benefits from communal parking area at the rear.
Internally the property comprises of an entrance hall, lounge with fire place and aspect over front garden, dining room with aspect over the rear and a galley kitchen with access to the rear yard. On the first floor two well proportioned bedrooms and a bathroom.
The property is set back from the road with a front garden and to the rear there is a paved rear yard. Please note the property is currently shuttered for security.
NAV £ 80,000 (Land & Property Service Capital Valuation)
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