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- Superb City Centre apartment for rent
- L shaped kitchen, living and dining area
- Three double bedrooms
- Family bathroom and master bed with en suite shower room
- Car parking space
- Gas fired central heating
- Available July 2021
Additional InformationPinpoint Property is delighted to bring to the market this superb apartment in the ever popular Quay Gate apartments. The property comprises of an L shaped living and dining kitchen with views over the courtyard, three double bedrooms master with en-suite shower room, modern fitted family bathroom, gas fired central heating, double glazing and car parking space. In excellent proximity to Belfast's Titanic Quarter, easy motorway access and a short walk into the heart of the City. Early viewing is strongly recommended. This property is NOT HMO REGISTERED
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