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Centurion Property is pleased to bring this high energy efficient two bedroomed apartment to the rental market.
Built to an exacting specification which will ensure low running costs and completed with Phoenix Gas Central Heating, fully equipped kitchen with Fridge Freezer, Electric Cooker/Oven and a Washer/Dryer this apartment is sure to appeal to a wide variety of tenants and viewing is a must!
Located on Newtownards High Street with private secure access this first floor apartment comprises briefly of:
Livingroom open plan to spacious fully equipped kitchen, two bedrooms and a modern white bathroom with shower.
Available from beginning of November, we recommend early viewing in order to avoid disappointment .
Please contact our office on 028 91 477112 daily unitl 20.00pm to book an appointment.
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