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Bowden Property is pleased to welcome this excellent, recently refurbished 6-bedroom property to the rental market. The spacious, modern, terrace property is located in the bustling area of Belfast which is home to a plethora of lively bars, nightclubs, restaurants and shops. This property is within walking distance to Queens University. It is also a short distance to the Jordanstown University bus stop which the uni- link bus takes students from there, straight to Jordanstown campus every 20 minutes. Both Botanic Station and Central station is within walking- distance for those who acquire train transport to get to their desirable destination everyday. This property is ideal for students with the various amenities on your door step.
Bowden Property anticipate alot of interest in this property due to its great location and superb size. Therefore early viewings are recommended.
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