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- Detached bungalow which has been randomly extended and works not likely to have Building Control approval.
- 2 reception rooms
- 2 bedrooms plus floored roofspace with fixed staircase
- Garage and store
- Paved garden to front and rear
Cash offers are invited for this rather unorthodox property which started life as a bungalow but has since been extended in all directions to include the roofspace and while it offers good accommodation, the layout is haphazard and it is suspected that work was carried out without adhering to building regulations. Despite all of this, if you have a creative mind with flair and imagination, this could be the project you have been looking for. The site and locality are excellent being just 2 miles from the edge of Belfast at Castlereagh.
Located on the Ballygowan Road in Crossnacreevy
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