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- 2/3 Bedroom Mid Terrace
- Lounge-Dining / Kitchen / Bathroom
- Pleasant Hamlet Location / Front Paved Yard
- Excellent Rental Investment
- OFCH / uPVC Double Glazing
- EPC Rating: E39
VIEWING DATES / TIMES
Wed 18th Jan 2017 9:30am - 10:00am
Fri 20th Jan 2017 9:30am - 10:00am
We are delighted to offer this Victorian red brick 3 storey mid-terrace house which is located in a quiet hamlet close to the banks of the Six Mile Water river and only three miles from Antrim town centre.
The property provides good accommodation internally, comprising of an entrance hall, through lounge-dining with feature fireplace and wooden floors, galley kitchen, rear hall and bathroom. On the first floor there are 2 bedrooms and on the 2nd floor an open space below the eaves with velux type window.
There is a small front paved yard, small rear yard with boiler house and oil tank with access to a communal rear alleyway. We note that adjacent properties have mains gas connections.
The pleasant and quiet location of the property along with the accommodation will make the house easy to rent. A further benefit is that the location is only 7 minutes’ drive to Belfast International Aiport.
Lounge-Dining Spacious room with brick feature fireplace, solid wood floor.
Kitchen Galley kitchen in rear return, range of high and low level units, stainless steel single drainer and mixer taps, pantry cupboard.
Rear Hall Access to rear yard / Hotpress
Bathroom 3pc white suite
Bedroom 1 With aspect over the front
Bedroom 2 With aspect over rear
Staircase leading to Open space below the eaves with velux type window
Outside Front paved yard, small enclosed yard, access to communal alleyway
NAV £ 62,500
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