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- Mid Terrace Property
- Two Bedrooms
- One Reception
- Bathroom Suite
- Economy 7 (Ground Floor Only)
- Town Centre Location
- Project for Long Term Investment
- Cash Buying
Penny Smyth Estates is delighted to welcome to the market ‘For Sale’ this mid terrace property conveniently located on Gray’s Hill within Bangor’s town centre.
This could be a fabulous opportunity to project manage & turn this around & create an amazing space which is only a stones’ throw away from the town centre & coastal walks from the Marina. Enjoy eating out with an abundance of bars & restaurants on your doorstep. Short walk to Bangor’s bus & rail station for commuting.
This property is ideal for a cash buyer for its accommodation, location & price for a long term investment whether it to be a home or become a private letting.
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