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This well presented 2 bedroom, semi detached property is located on the Lyndhurst Road on the Waterside of Londonderry. The property benefits from being close to all local amenities some of which include schools, shops, bus links and is also a short distance to The Crescent Link Retail Park, Altnagelvin Hospital and The Waterside Fire Station. The property will be sold with the benefit of vacant possession. There is a front driveway and garden and also an enclosed rear garden. Bungalows such as this, are in short supply and are a smart investment or first time purchase. All viewings are strictly by appointment only with Montgomery & McCleery. Call us on 02871 342333.
2 bedroom, semi detached property
Room for an extension STPP
Front and rear gardens
Investment potential (For rental information, contact our office)
Offers around: £99,950
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