19 Glensharragh Gardens, Cregagh, Belfast BT6 9PE
3 Bed Semi-detached house For Sale
- Semi Detached Family Home
- Recently Refurbished And Modernised
- Three Bedrooms
- Large Through Lounge
- Luxury Fitted Kitchen
- Luxury Bathroom
- Gas Central Heating
- UPVC Double Glazing
- Excellent Rear Garden
- Sought After Location Close To Cregagh And Castlereagh
- Chain Free
Additional InformationSTUNNING REFURBISHED SEMI DETACHED FAMILY HOME
This excellent semi detached family home is located close to the Cregagh Road in a much sought after area. Extensively refurbished and modernised throughout this exceptional property will impress all. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the size, finish and location of this superb property.
- ENTRANCE PORCH:
- UPVC front door
- Understairs storage
- LIVING ROOM:
- 7.2m x 3.1m (23' 7" x 10' 2")
Laminate wood floor.
- 4.42m x 2.16m (14' 6" x 7' 1")
Range of high and low level units with wood effect worktops. Built in hob, oven and extractor hood. 1 1/2 Stainless steel sink with drainer.. Spot lighting. UPVC rear door.
- BEDROOM (1):
- 4.09m x 3.02m (13' 5" x 9' 11")
- BEDROOM (2):
- 3.25m x 3.02m (10' 8" x 9' 11")
- BEDROOM (3):
- 2.92m x 2.01m (9' 7" x 6' 7")
- Panel bath with over head drencher shower, Dual flush w.c, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled floor, part tiled walls.
- Driveway. Front and rear gardens
From Cregagh Road turn into Montgomery Road then onto Stirling Avenue and then left into Merok Crescent then second right into Glensharragh Gardens.
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