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- 4 Bed Semi-Detached House
- Lounge / Dining Room / Kitchen / Bathroom
- Private Large Rear Gardens / Driveway / Garage
- Tree Lined Avenue / Requires Upgrading
- OFCH / Single Glazing
- EPC Rating: TBC
VIEWING DATES / TIMES
Wed 18th Jan 2017 11:45am - 12:15pm
Fri 20th Jan 2017 11:45am - 12:15pm
This Victorian 3 storey bay fronted semi-detached is set back off Alliance Avenue, a tree-lined avenue in North Belfast and benefits from driveway with access to a long rear garden.
The property will require modernisation but provides good accommodation comprising of entrance hall with period features, lounge into bay at the front, dining room and kitchen with access to rear. On the half landing a bathroom, with 2 bedrooms on the first floor and a further 2 bedrooms on the 2nd floor.
A driveway with gate at the side of the property leads to a long rear garden with high hedges and wooden garage. The property has OFCH and original sash windows single glazed. The property will require upgrading and would benefit from conversion to Gas Central Heating and uPVC Double Glazed windows.
Entrance hall Wood floor
Lounge In to bay window, fire place and link to dining room
Dining Room Rayburn type fire and aspect to rear garden
Kitchen Range of high and low level units, stainless steel sink, cooker with hood and space for dining table. Access to garage and to side.
Bathroom Coloured 3pc suite
Bedroom 1 Bright and spacious room in bay with fireplace
Bedroom 2 Aspect over the rear
Bedroom 3 With aspect over the front
Bedroom 4 With aspect over the side
Driveway and gate to rear
Long rear garden with mature hedges
Attached wooden garage
Wood Framed Single Glazing / OFCH / EPC: TBC
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