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This semi-detached property is located in the sought after area of Stormont in East Belfast. Set in a quiet residential location, this property is within walking distance of the Stormont Estate and is close to Knock Golf course and the Stormont Hotel. The location is well served by bus links and offers a short commute to Belfast city centre, Ulster Hospital and civil service offices at Stormont.
The property comprises a living room, dining room, kitchen with cooker and fridge, 3 good sized bedrooms and family bathroom with shower over bath. Externally there are gardens to the front and rear, and a driveway leading to garage with plumbed in washing machine and tumble dryer. The property benefits from oil fired central heating and uPVC double glazed windows throughout.
Lease: Minimum one year
Rent: ?675 per month (includes rates)
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