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- Site with full planning for a detached property
- Planning reference LA04/2016/1348/F
- Three bedrooms, kitchen/diner, living room and bathroom
- Gardens to front and rear
- Great location just off Grand Parade
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This is a superb opportunity to build a detached property on Dunraven Crescent, a quiet residential street located just off Grand Parade. There is Full Planning Permission for a three bedroom detached home with front and rear gardens. Planning reference LA04/2016/1348/F
Dunraven Crescent is a very convenient location with an excellent range of schools and local amenities on your doorstep. Belfast City is easily accessed and there is an abundance of local transport on your doorstep.
For further information please contact Michael Chandler Estate Agents on 02890 450 550 or visit www.michael-chandler.co.uk
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