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Property: Make a smart move here to Malone

A beautifully finished apartment in an area of much appeal simply perfect for a firsttime buyer, city centre commuter or savvy investor

By Beulah-Anne Sinton

Offers Over £172,500

The strategic house-hunter will prioritise location above all else when planning their next move. Indeed the importance of “location” alone was the foundation for one of TV’s most enduring property programmes. 

Phil and Kirstie would no doubt be suitably impressed with the address of this apartment nestled between Belfast’s Lisburn and Malone Roads. For offers over £172,500 this flat at 8d Randal Park offers a rare opportunity to get a rung on the property ladder in an area of such popular appeal. 

What’s more, inside find a beautifully modern appointed space with nothing to do except move in and start enjoying the many spoils of this wonderful postcode. 

Comprising a bright open plan living/dining/ kitchen area, two generous double bedrooms, a luxurious and newly fitted three piece bathroom suite, the apartment also enjoys clean and easy gas fired central heating for modern lifestyles.

Residents here can meanwhile enjoy a communal garden and allocated parking - a major coup in the city. The property, which has been modernised and well maintained by its current owner, is ready and waiting for a new buyer to come and enjoy contemporary and convenient city living. 

Commuters to the city centre can enjoy excellent transport links and a largely stress free start to their mornings. A plethora or green spaces and sporting amenities are within easy walking distance. You can also enjoy close proximity to the city’s Queen’s University Quarter and strolls in bustling Stranmillis Village. 

Meanwhile, and hopefully in the not too distant future, a wealth of excellent shops and eateries on the Lisburn Road will be beckoning you to come and visit.

For more information on 8d Randal Park call Pinpoint Property today on 02890 682777 or email the team at contact@pinpointproperty.com

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