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- Recently Refurbished Mid Terrace Property
- Two Well Proportioned Bedrooms
- Open Plan Lounge/Dining Room
- Kitchen With Range Of Fitted High And Low Level Units
- Bathroom With White Suite And Electric Shower
- Enclosed Rear Yard
- Oil Fired Central Heating System
- Superb Location Close To Local Amenities And Schools
- Available Immediately
This mid terrace home is located is a highly popular location, off Shankill Road. The property is in the process of being refurbished by the current owners. The interior comprises two bedrooms, spacious lounge open plan to dining room, fitted kitchen with range of matching units and family bathroom. The dwelling also offers oil fired central heating and there is an enclosed yard to the rear. The superb location and potential of this property are sure to prove popular and early viewing is highly recommended.
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