An excellent two bedroom mid terrace property that would make an ideal first home or investment property. Located on Railway Street, Comber the property is close to Andrews Memorial School and public transport routes. Amenities such as shops, bars, restaurants, coffee shops and leisure facilities are all within walking distance.
Internally the property comprises two bedrooms, lounge with open fire, fitted kitchen and shower room.
Externally and to the front is a low maintenance paved yard with boundary wall and gate. To the rear is a long garden with two patio areas.
Viewing by appointment only through Pinkertons Comber Branch.
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LOUNGE: 11' 4" x 11' 0" (3.45m x 3.35m) Solid wood floor. Open fire with tile inset and wood surround. Under Stair storage. Door to kitchen. Television point. Telephone point. Stairs to first floor.
KITCHEN: 12' 11" x 6' 6" (3.94m x 1.98m) An excellent range of high and low level units with laminate work tops. Gas hob. Electric oven and grill. Stainless steel sinkand drainer with mixer tap. Recess for fridge freezer. Extractor hood and fan. Door to rear garden.
LANDING: Roof space access.
BEDROOM (1): 10' 2" x 8' 7" (3.1m x 2.62m) Front aspect. Built in wardrobe with wooden louvre doors. Television point.
BEDROOM (2): 7' 4" x 6' 9" (2.24m x 2.06m) Rear aspect.
SHOWER ROOM: Light coloured suite with low flush w/c, pedestal wash hand basin and corner shower cubicle.
REAR: Paved area at rear door. Right of way. Lower paved patio. Raised patio area. Long garden in lawn. PVC oil tank. Outside tap. Outside light.
LOCATION: From Comber Square travel along Castle Street until it becomes Mill Street, continue to the mini roundabout, go straight across under the bridge to the T junction, turn left onto Railway Street, the property will be on the right. A Pinkertons For Sale board has been erected.
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