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- Lovely Well Presented Apartment
- 2 Bedrooms
- Gas Fired Central Heating
- Convenient Location For Belfast Commuting
- Car Parking Facilities
- No Smoking, No Pets, No Students
- We Are Offering This Property At £510 Per Month Including Rates
This is a lovely furnished ground floor apartment benefiting from 2 bedrooms and 1 reception. Of modern design and construction. This ground floor apartment provides all the requirements including modern kitchen and modern bathroom for a comfortable modern lifestyle. The property also benefits from its convenient location, providing easy access to commuting routes to both Newtownards, Bangor and Belfast. It also has gas fired central heating. We are offering this apartment at £510 per month including rates from early June 2019.
Following the clandeboye towards the junction with the Rathgeal road, ava farm is on the right hand side.
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