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- 643 sqft Office Suite
- 2No. Separate Offices
- Gas Fired Central Heating
- Double Glazed throughout
- Superb South Belfast Location
This is a supurb office suite situated on the the 2nd floor of a period building on the ever popular Botanic Avenue in the University Area of South Belfast.
The suite currently comprises of two adjoining offfices of approx. xxx sqft and xxxsqft although it would be possible to open this space up to form a single, larger open plan office. The suite benefits from having its own kitchen as well as a separate store room.
The property is finished to a high standard with timber double-glazed windows, gas fired central heating and CAT5 data cabling wired back to a dedicated comms cupboard.
The property is in a fanatastic location with Botanic Railway Station literally just a stones throw away, while Queen's University and Belfast City Centre are a 5 and 10 minute walk respectively.
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