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5 Lower Road, Derry, BT48 7DP

3 Bedroom End-terrace House Sale Agreed £95,000
  x 3 Bedrooms   x 1 Receptions   x 1 Bathrooms

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Short Description

The property is a modern built house located off Great James Street close to the city centre. It is an excellent opportunity for first time buyers but highly recommended to all proposed purchasers

Key Information

Price £95,000
StatusSale Agreed Bedrooms3 Bathrooms1 Receptions1 StyleEnd-terrace House HeatingOil

Property Features

  • Oil fired central heating
  • Partial PVC double glazing
  • Garden to front
  • Well presented
  • EPC Rating: E53-D65

Brochures

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Property Description

Accommodation is as follows:

Ground Floor:

Entrance hallway            

Lounge                            

with polished granite fireplace and hearth with wooden mantle and surround. 

Laminate wooden floor (4.8m x 3.77m)

Kitchen/Dining         

built-in eye and low level units.  Storage under stairs.  Plumbed for washing machine

(4.79m x 3.16m to  widest point)

Rear Hallway with storage cupboard

First Floor

Built-in hot press on first floor landing

Bedroom No.1          

(3.8m x 2.67m)

Bedroom No.2          

(2.07m x 2.85m)

Bedroom No.3          

with built-in wardrobe (3.19m x 2.54m)

Bath/Toilet                

with electric shower over bath.  Walls tiled to ceiling around bath.  White suite

 

 

Any description of equipment, appliances or services does not imply that they are in good serviceable condition.  All areas, measurements and distances are approximate and are intended for guidance only.  Purchasers must satisfy themselves about any statements made in these particulars.

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