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- Smart & Well Presented Mid Terrace House
- Five Double Bedrooms
- Open Plan Living / Dining Area
- Modern Fitted Kitchen with Appliances
- Excellent Shower Room
- Oil Fired Heating
- Double Glazing Throughout
- Enclosed Rear Yard
- Situated in a Great Location
This well-presented five bed mid terrace property situated just off the Dublin Road with its cafes, restaurants & shops as well as close to Queens University & Belfast City Hospital is a property not to be missed out on. This smart property offers 5 excellent double bedrooms, an open planning living / dining area, excellent kitchen, modern shower room, double glazed throughout, oil fired central heating & rear yard.
This is a smart & well-kept property in an excellent location, early viewings would be recommended.
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