15 Queen Street, Ballymoney BT53 6HZ
1 Bed Apartment For Sale
This agent has listed the accuracy as: Quite Near
- 1 Bed Ground Floor Apartment
- Potential Rent £300 pcm (£3,600 per annum)
- Lounge Open Plan to/Modern Fitted Kitchen/Spacious Bathroom
- Oil Fired Central Heating/Double Glazed Windows in Upvc Frames
- Area available for parking to the Rear
- EPC Rating: Pending
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This is a Ground Floor one bed apartment on Queen Street, Ballymoney. The apartment is located in a n Edwardian Terrace House which has been extended and converted to apartments. This apartment is accessed from a communal hallway and comprises an open plan lounge and modern fitted kitchen, together with a bathroom with a white suite. The property benefits from Oil Fired Central Heating and Upvc Double Glazing. There is a space at the rear of the building for car parking. Ballymoney is a small town and civil parish in County Antrim, Northern Ireland. It had a population of 10,393 people in the 2011 Census. It has expanded in recent years and a lot of new houses have been built. This is primarily as a result of high house prices in the Coleraine/Portstewart/Portrush 'Triangle' areas shifting first-time buyers to the less expensive Ballymoney area. Ballymoney is located on the main road between Coleraine and Ballymena, with good road and rail connections to the main cities in Northern Ireland, Belfast and Derry.
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