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- Well Presented First Floor Apartment
- Two Double Bedrooms
- Open Plan Living / Dining Room
- Seperate Shaker Style Kitchen
- Bathroom With White Suite
- Highly Sought After Location
- Hardwood Double Glazed Windows & Economy 7 Heating
- Allocated Car Parking Space & Visitor Parking
- Mature Communal Gardens
- Available 8th May 2019
EPC: D57/ C74This well presented first floor apartment offers ease of access to a range of local ameneties, Belfast City Centre and both Belmont & Ballyhackamore Villages.
Internally the property comprises; Open plan living/dining room, cherrywood shaker style kitchen and two double bedrooms. Other benefits include bathroom with white suite, double glazing, electric heating and an allocated car parking space.
All in all, an excellent apartment in a sought after, quiet and private development in a superb location and we fully recommend early consideration.
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