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- Beautifully Presented Mid Townhouse
- Three Good Size Bedrooms
- Bright Spacious Lounge
- Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Area
- Modern Family Bathroom
- Downstairs Claokroom/W.C.
- Gas Fired Central Heating
- Popular & Highly Convenient Locality
- Landscaped Enclosed Rear Garden Area
- Easy Commuting Access to Belfast City Centre
Additional InformationThis attractive 3 bedroom mid terraced townhouse will be absolutely perfect for a professional couple or young family. The property is conveniently situated in the highly regarded Lewis development.
The property enjoys easy access to local schools, excellent shopping facilities, reliable public transport & Belfast City Centre. It has been presented to the highest of modern standards.
Early internal inspection is advised as recent similar lettings have proved as popular as ever.
Lewis Avenue runs off Mersey Street and Severn Street.
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