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- SEMI DETACHED HOME IN QUIET CUL-DE-SAC
- 3 DOUBLE BEDROOMS - MASTER WITH BUILT IN WARDROBES
- SPACIOUS RECEPTION ROOM WITH THROUGH DINING ROOM
- FULLY FINISHED KITCHEN
- OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING
- DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS THROUGHOUT
- LARGE GARDEN AREA TO THE REAR WITH LAWNS
A beautiful semi detached property, offering 3 well proportioned bedrooms, large reception room, dining room with seperate kitchen. Redecorated throughout with solid wooden floors and carpets throughout. Oil fired central heating , double glazed throughout with spacious private enclosed gardens to the rear and large private driveway.
Driving along Saintfield Road heading out of town turn right into Purdysburn Road and Greenwood development is off your right hand side.Greenwood Hill is a ciul de sac off to the right. Drive to the top and house at the end of the cul de sac.
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