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- Two Bedroom End Terrace
- EPC: C72
- Modern Fitted Kitchen/dining area
- Lounge with Electric Feature Fireplace
- Fitted White Bathroom Suite With Walk In Shower
- Part furnished
- Close to Shops & Restaurants & City Centre
- Rates Included
- No Tenancy Application Fees
- Available Now
Quinn Estate Agents are please bring to the market this two bedroom mid terrace house in Belfast. This property comprises of a modern fitted kitchen with appliances & adjoining dining area, living room with electric feature fireplace, two bedrooms & an office space, fitted white bathroom suite with walk in shower & benefits from gas heating & PVC double glazed windows. The property is within close proximity to the city centre, schools, shops & restaurants and is ideally located to for commuters. Property is let on a part furnished basis. Early viewing is recommended.
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