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The subject property is located on Sydenham Road facing Belfast's urban regeneration project, The Titanic Quarter. This property has immediate access to Sydenham Bypass, one of Northern Irelands main arterial routes linking the M1 and M2 to the wider Province.
The last remaining office suite is located on the first floor of the property and is finished to include plastered and painted walls, suspended ceilings with recessed fluorescent lighting and carpet covered floors. The office has use of the communal board room and the shared WC facilities. The office suite also benefits from one designated car parking space.
Office 2 80 sq ft 7.35 sq m - plus 1 car park space
Rent: £450 inclusive per month (no VAT)
Services included Water, electricity, insurance, rates
No VAT is chargeable on the figures provided.
Strictly by appointment through Campbell Cairns (Tel: 028 9024 9024).
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