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- TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- MASTER BEDROOM ENSUITE
- GROUND FLOOR
- DOUBLE GLAZED
- PHOENIX GAS
- TASTEFULLY PART FURNISHED
- CONVENIENT LOCATION
- SMALL REAR GARDEN
- DEDICATED PARKING TO THE FRONT
- GARDEN MAINTENANCE INCLUDED IN RENT!
- NEWLY INSTALLED BATHROOM AND ENSUITE
A unique courtyard development close to both the City and Royal Hospitals. A ground floor two bedroom apartment, just freshly decorated new bathroom and ensuite installed. Available immediately and tastefully part furnished. Ideal for those commuting to RVH, City Hospital, Belfast and Boucher Road area. The master bedroom benefits from having an ensuite. Parking to the front and there is also a small rear garden, ideal for bbqs, which is maintained as part of your rent!
Donegall Road, towards Westlink, on right hand side, Maldon Street, Maldon Court
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