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- FOUR BEDROOM TERRACE
- MASTER BEDROOM WITH ENSUITE
- SPACIOUS LAYOUT THROUGHOUT
- DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS THROUGHOUT
- GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING
- HMO REGULATED
- CONVENIENT TO QUEENS UNIVERSITY AND UNI LINK TO UUJ
- WITHIN WALKING DISTANCE TO BOTANIC AVENUE AND BELFAST CITY CENTRE
A well presented terrace property with four spacious bedrooms (master with ensuite), living room, kitchen, utility room and bathroom. This property is further enchanced with double glazed windows, gas fired central heating and is HMO regulated. Convenient to the popular village of Botanic Avenue, which hosts a range of local amenities, coffee shops and eateries. The property is within walking distance to Queens University and the Uni Link to UUJ. Viewing comes recommended.
Canterbury Street is located off University Street, accessible via the Ormeau Road or Botanic Avenue.
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