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ROBERT WILSON - SMARTNEWHOMES - LYME GROVE, DUNMURRY BT17
THE MCGINNIS GROUP - WHAT HOUSE - BELFAST, BELFAST
Specification details Kitchens and Utility Rooms • Impressive high quality units with choice of door, work top and handle • Integrated appliances to include gas hob, electric oven, extractor hood, fridge/freezer and dishwasher • Washing machine and tumble ...
REEDS RAINS - ZOOPLA - MILLREAGH DEVELOPMENT, CARROWREAGH ROAD, DUNDONALD BT16
Millreagh has been designed to mirror a location where convenience sits comfortably with views towards Scrabo and Strangford Lough The choice of house types will provide thoughtfully planned internal layouts along with impressive elevations. Each one is unique...
ROBERT WILSON - SMARTNEWHOMES - HOLLY MOUNT, DUNMURRY BT17
ROBERT WILSON - SMARTNEWHOMES - ERINVALE, BELFAST BT10
ROBERT WILSON - SMARTNEWHOMES - MILFORT AVENUE, DUNMURRY BT17
•Charming Detached Residence •Spacious Lounge With Inglenook Feature Fireplace •Dining Room With Feature Fireplace •Kitchen With Range Of Fitted Pine Units And Integrated Appliances •Three Bedrooms With Built In Wardrobes •Bathroom With Modern White Suite •...
ROBERT WILSON - SMARTNEWHOMES - BLACKS ROAD, BELFAST BT11
ROBERT WILSON - SMARTNEWHOMES - GLENARIFF DRIVE, DUNMURRY BT17
Accommodation comprises: Covered Entrance Porch, Entrance Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Landing, 3 Bedrooms and Bathroom. Pine fitted kitchen with a good range of units. Three piece bathroom suite. Mahogany uPVC double glazed windows. Oil fired central ...
ROBERT WILSON - SMARTNEWHOMES - GLENDOWAN PARK, DUNMURRY BT17
ROBERT WILSON - SMARTNEWHOMES - MAPLE CRESCENT, DUNMURRY BT17
This is a three bed semi detached property in a popular location in Dunmurry, close to all local amenities and transport links with front elevation overlooking green fields. Accommodation comprises; 3 bed end terrace house in good location Economy seven ...
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