By using Templeton Robinson we had more viewings in the first week than we ever had. Moreover the feedback was tremendous with all viewers being telephoned the next day for their opinions, with these comments then being relayed to us. Not only that, all first viewings were conducted by your staff, only second viewings being conducted by ourselves. Also all phone calls about the property were logged and sent by email to us.
The strange thing was, all the companies were charging the same commission! All in all a fantastic service, don't try the rest, use the best.
- Frank and Liz Kirk
Neil, just to say a big thank you for all your and your team’s help with selling our property. A few tricky and stressful moments but with your help, we got there in the end! We’ll be sure to give you a ring when we decide to downsize.
- Susan C
I have dealt with Neil Templeton re the sale and purchase of various homes over a period of almost twenty years and can thoroughly recommend him. His professional, pragmatic and friendly approach has always made what can be a stressful and daunting process as smooth and painless as possible. The sale of my most recent home has just successfully completed and he provided me with excellent service and communication throughout. (The TR photographer also deserves a special mention for producing a beautiful series of pictures of my home). The eventual selling price far exceeded my expectations so obviously I am delighted. Thank you again to Neil and the Templeton Robinson team at Ballyhackamore!
- S Hughes
Conveniently situated between Belmont and Ballyhackamore, this town terrace would be ideal for first time buyers and investors alike.
Although requiring some cosmetic updating, the sale has been realistically priced to reflect the work a purchaser is likely to undertake.
It is nevertheless ready to move into as soon as completion takes place and there is no onward chain.
A short stroll to excellent local amenities, shops, eateries and public transport links include the "Glider" network, early inspection is a must.
(at widest point). Range of high and low level units with display shelving. Single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap. Four ring Ariston gas hob and matching oven. Plumbed for washing machine. Chinese slate flooring. Under stairs storage cupboard. Doorway to:
Storage area. Wooden back door to yard.
White suite comprising panelled bath with shower over. Low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin. Built-in cupboards. Chinese slate flooring.
BEDROOM (1): 13' 7" X 10' 2" (4.14m X 3.09m)
(at widest points). Recessed shelving. Exposed, original brick chimney breast.
BEDROOM (2): 9' 10" X 8' 8" (2.99m X 2.64m)
(at widest points). Shelved hotpress. Range of built-in furniture including robes, drawers and desk, display shelves.
Fixed, original staircase to:
ATTIC ROOM: 12' 4" X 9' 6" (3.77m X 2.90m)
(House constructed like this so original layout). Built-in desk. Access to storage in eaves. Velux. Water tank.
Forecourt with paving. Pedestrian gate and path to front door.
ENCLOSED REAR YARD:
PVC oil tank. Boiler housing with Worcester Bosch oil fired boiler. Gate to entry.
* Click boxes to display surrounding locations
Coming out of Belfast from city centre/Strand Cinema, continue along the Belmont Road and turn right on to Dundela Avenue (just after block of shops). First left is Belmont Avenue.