The Larch, Church View Lane, Church Road, Portadown , Armagh

Sale agreed
Sale agreed
Price £185,950
Style Detached house
Bedrooms 4
Receptions 2
Bathrooms 3
Heating Gas
EPC Rating B84/B84
Status Sale agreed

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Stevenson & Cumming (Portadown) Ltd

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Show Home Open Viewing: By appointment only

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New Showhome SITE 3, to view contact agent on 028 38 350883

This detached storey and half full Turnkey property, Circa 1489 sq ft, offers excellent living accommodation with Lounge, open plan Kitchen/Dining/Living Area, Utility, downstairs WC, 4 Bedrooms, with Master En-Suite and Bathroom.  There is only one site within the scheme for this house design.  

Excellent energy efficient home, with Site 3 being B Rated, (84), due to high level of insultation.  

See actual photographs of interior and New Virtual Furniture Staging Photographs for Site 3, (for illustrative purposes only)

For further information please contact Stevenson & Cumming, (Portadown) Ltd at 25 Mandeville Street, Portadown, Tel: 028 3835 0883. 


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