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Property Sales & Lettings NI takes great pleasure to introduce to the rental market. This modern town house is located in Regency Square, a small recently constructed development off Gransha Road this quiet residential cul-de-sac conveniently located close to all local amenities including shops, schools, local bus routes and yet only a short distance to Bangor town centre.
Property consists of:
* Spacious living room with solid beech wood flooring
* Modern Fully fitted Kitchen with Ceramic Tiled Floor and Sliding Patio Doors Leading to Grass Laid Garden
* Master Bedroom with En-suite Shower Room
* White Three Piece Bath Suite with Bath
* Gas Central Heating
* Fully Double Glazed
* Off Street Parking
* Front and rear gardens laid in Lawn
* Located in a Quiet and Desirable Location
Early Viewings are advised!
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