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- Available 14th August 2019
- Open Plan Living & Dining Area
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Oil Fired Central Heating
- Double Glazing
- Convenient Location
- Regular Transport Routes
Quicklet are proud to present this two bedroom mid terrace property to the rental market. Situated just off the popular Lisburn Road, there is an abundance of amenities available, such as cafes, restaurants and shops, as well as offering frequent transport to and from the city centre. Queen's University is also within walking distance.
Internally, the property is comprised of an open plan living and dining area, two well proportioned double bedrooms and a fully fitted kitchen. The property benefits from oil fired heating and double glazed windows.
For more information or to book a viewing, please contact Quicklet Property Management and Letting Agents, Belfast on 028 9066 5167.
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