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? Excellent new two-bed luxury apartment
? Bright, spacious living and dining area
? Wired for satellite TV and DAB radio
? Located within easy walking distance of local train station
? Fully fitted luxury tiled kitchen complete with dishwasher, washer dryer and large fridge freezer
? Two bedrooms, master with ensuite
? Gas-fired central heating and double glazing
Situated in the recently constructed Sequoia building in the ever-popular and quiet residential development of Redwoods, Dunmurry, this unique two bed apartment will appeal to those requiring easy access to both Lisburn and Belfast city centres. Redwoods development is located on the site of the former Conway Hotel and is served by excellent road and rail transport links and is just a few minutes walk from the bustling village of Dunmurry
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