• Sale agreed £79,950
  • 3 Bedroom
  • Sale agreed

68 Fernagh Avenue, Whiteabbey, Newtownabbey BT37 0BQ

Sale agreed £79,950

The well proportioned mid terrace family home with good gardens is situated within walking distance of Whiteabbey Village, Belfast lough shore, local schools and amenities. The nearby train station and bus services offer easy transport links to the centre of Belfast. Offering the opportunity to update to your own personal requirements, this property will make an appealing and attractive home for families and couples alike. Viewing by appointment with Watson Property.

Key Information

Address 68 Fernagh Avenue, Whiteabbey, Newtownabbey
Style Mid-terrace House
Status Sale agreed
Price Offers around £79,950
Bedrooms 3
Bathrooms 1
Receptions 2
Heating Oil
EPC Rating D55/C71


  • Family home in popular location
  • Well proportioned accommodation
  • Ample gardens
  • Easy public transport links
  • No onward chain
  • Oil fired cental heating
  • Upvc double glazing

Additional Information

The accommodation comprises:


Entrance hall, stairway.

Sitting room, leading to dining room and kitchen. Feature fireplace, 15'4" x 11'10".

Dining room, 11'9" x 8'10".

Kitchen, range of fitted units, plumbed for washing machine, built in larder and under stairs storage, 11'10" x 9'10".


Bedroom One, built in hot press, 11'10" x 11'1".

Bedroom Two, 11'10" x 9'5".

Bedroom Three, Built in cupboard, 9'5" x 8'5".

Bathroom, electric shower over bath, 5'5" x 4'10".

WC, 5'5" x 2'7".


Enclosed front garden laid in stones.

Split level enclosed rear garden mainly laid in lawn, patio area, boiler house, garden shed.


Thinking of selling or letting? We offer free valuations and fixed & flexible fee services to suit your needs. Why not visit our website to find out more at www.Watson1889.com

Note: This information does not constitute the basis for any contract. All measurements are approximate and given for illustrative purposes only. Watson Property do not test electrics, heating, plumbing or structure and interested parties are recommended to seek independent advice from qualified surveyors. Save resources, don't print this brochure unless you really need to.