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Portrush is one of Northern Ireland’s most Favourite family Holiday Destinationsfor the family or the sporting enthusaiasts.. the general area is spectacular, thetown is situated on a mile long peninsula extending into the Atlantic Ocean onthe North coast with panoramic views over the ocean to the Causeway Coasttowards Scotland and the Donegal hills.
There are beautiful sandy beaches, superb restaurants, busy night life, qualityhotels & a plethora of family entertainment venues providing the perfect base foryour family vacation or to explore the surrounding region.
World renown attractions such as the Giants Causeway, Royal Portrush &Portstewart Golf Clubs, The Old Bushmills Distillery & Carrick-a-Rede RopeBridge are located nearby.
Whatever the weather there is always something to do..
Fully fitted kitchen including fridge freezer, electric or gas oven and hob with extractor unit
Washer/dryer and dishwasher
Floor tiling to kitchen area
Tasteful decoration with walls, ceilings and woodwork painted.
Choice of one wall colour throughout chosen from the Dulux range.
Fully fitted bathroom suite with floor tiling, showers fully tiled plus tiled splashbacks above bath and wash hand basins.
PC sum towards installation of a fireplace/LPG gas connection available
Intruder Alarm/Intercom door entry system
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|Second Floor West Strand||£245,000||894 sq. feet|
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