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- END TERRACED PROPERTY
- 3 BEDROOMS
- 2 RECEPTION ROOMS
- 1 BATHROOM
- OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING
- CONVENIENTLY LOCATED TO CITY CENTRE
- PVC DOUBLE GLAZED WINDOWS
- PERFECT INVESTMENT PROPERTY
This large end terraced property is situated in the city centre location of Abercorn Road. Close to all local amenities and a short walk from the city centre makes this property perfect for any investor looking for a property with long term rental potential.
Entrance Hall: Tile flooring
Living Room: 3.30m x 3.20m Feature fireplace, solid wooden flooring and 1 single radiator
Sitting Room: 3.20m x 2.80m Wooden flooring and 1 single radiator
Kitchen: 4.40m x 2.60m Range of high and low level units, stainless steel sink unit with mixer taps, plumbed for washing machine and 1 single radiator
Bedroom (1): 4.80m x 3.30m 1 Double radiator
Bathroom: Comprising panel bath, low flush WC, pedestal wash hand basin and 1 single radiator
Bedroom (2) 4.80m x 3.25m
Bedroom (3): 3.25m x 2.40m
Rear: Concrete yard, PVC oil tank and oil heating burner
Paul O’Keefe Estate Agents for themselves and their staff make no warranty as to facts of the information details contained herein and do so as a guide only and such material does not constitute any part of a contract of sale. Prospective purchasers should satisfy themselves as to the validity of the details and measurements contained herein.
Paul O’Keefe Estate Agents have not tested any plumbing, electrical or structural elements including appliances within this home. Please satisfy yourself as to the validity of the performance of same by instructing the relevant professional body or tradesmen. Access will be made available.
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