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Double Room To Let in this modern 7 bed shared property. This property comprises of:
- 2 Bathrooms with modern facilities; WC with separate shower .
- Communal area with a comfortable living area and kitchen with all the appliances you should need.
- Rent includes all bills; heating, electricity and WiFi
- Superb location just off Lisburn Road, central to numerous coffee shops, restaurants and retail shops.
- A two minute walk from Queens University and University of Ulster links.
- Five minute walk from the City Centre.
- Early viewings are advised to avoid disappointment!
N.B.- Any photographs displayed or attached to brochures may have been taken with a wide angled lens. Property People have not tested any equipment, apparatus, fittings or services and cannot verify that these are in working order.
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