Elevated Views Towards Belfast Lough and County Down
Ideal First Time Buy / Buy To Let Investment Alike
Immaculately presented, top floor, duplex apartment enjoying elevated views towards Belfast Lough and County Down, situated within the popular and conveniently located Throne View development, off Whitewell Road, Newtownabbey. The property comprises communal entrance hall with intercom entry system, private entrance hall with stairwell to first floor, open plan lounge through kitchen with informal dining area, modern fitted kitchen with PVC double glazed French doors to Juliet style balcony, two well proportioned bedrooms, and bathroom with white three piece suite. Externally the property enjoys communal parking area to the front. Other attributes include gas fired central heating, PVC double glazing and convenient location. Ideal first time buy / buy to let investment alike. Early viewing highly recommended to avoid disappointment.
COMMUNAL ENTRANCE HALL
Intercom entry system. Stairwell to upper floors.
PRIVATE ENTRANCE HALL
Stairwell to first floor.
OPEN PLAN LOUNGE THROUGH KITCHEN WITH INFORMA 5.85m x 5.00m
Elevated views towards Belfast Lough and County Down. Wood laminate floor covering to living/dining area.
Modern fitted kitchen with range of high and low level storage units and contrasting granite effect melamine work surface. Integrated gas hob with extractor hood over. Integrated oven. Plumbed for automatic washing machine. Gas fired central heating boiler (housed within matching unit). Splash back tiling to wall. PVC double glazed French doors to Juliet style balcony.
Access to store.
BEDROOM 1 widest points
Elevated views towards Belfast Lough and County Down. Access to under eaves storage.
BEDROOM 2 5.02m x 3.13m
White three piece suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. Shower screen over bath. Part tiling to walls.
Communal parking area to front.
IMPORTANT NOTE TO ALL POTENTIAL PURCHASERS
Please note that we have not tested the services or systems in this property. Purchasers should make/commission their own inspections if they feel it is necessary.