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On @ £225k, RV £145k

http://www.propertypal.com/38-ardenlee-parade-belfast/84860

Can see it has been on for 13 months from the stats.

On @ £229.5k, RV £145k

http://www.propertypal.com/48-ardenlee-parade-cregagh-belfast/80446

Can see it has been on for 15 months from the stats.

Bedrooms in both properties look very small indeed.

I loved the look of this one, but I'm just not ready to look seriously into buying just yet. Was on @£165k, RV £140k

http://www.propertypal.com/10-ardenlee-parade-cregagh-belfast/114176

Someone has got a great house there. Does anyone know much about this area?

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On @ £225k, RV £145k

http://www.propertypal.com/38-ardenlee-parade-belfast/84860

Can see it has been on for 13 months from the stats.

On @ £229.5k, RV £145k

http://www.propertypal.com/48-ardenlee-parade-cregagh-belfast/80446

Can see it has been on for 15 months from the stats.

Bedrooms in both properties look very small indeed.

I loved the look of this one, but I'm just not ready to look seriously into buying just yet. Was on @£165k, RV £140k

http://www.propertypal.com/10-ardenlee-parade-cregagh-belfast/114176

Someone has got a great house there. Does anyone know much about this area?

Cost you more than the 5k differential to de-chintz that last one mate! :lol:

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My uncle's house was No 8 - rooms are quite small, 11 x 11 for the front parlour and 10 x 10 for the back room - origonal kitchens where 6 ft sq - bedroom quite tight with front small bedroom barely big enough for a normal single bed.

Most have had extensions of one sort or another done to them.

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Does anyone on here have much knowledge of this area? It is one of the main areas which I'm looking at for purchasing my first property when prices drop a bit more.

To that end, I've started monitoring PropertyPal and PropertyNews a bit more closely now. I'm currently renting in Stranmillis which I dislike as an area - despite living in a city, it is a 15 minute walk to a local shop (the one at roundabout closes before I get home from work) and the one way system makes it tiresome getting to Forestside. I'm sure it is a great area for families looking for school access etc, but it ain;t for me. Seems to be a few more rentals than I expected in the area.

Some work colleagues seem to like this area, but then as they live there they ain't going to say much negative about it.

Is it a noisy area and is it holding its prices better than some areas? I know it was popular a few years ago with young professionals...

Any advice or info on the area would be appreciated.

Thnaks.

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Ardenlee is a nice area, well located with pretty decent housing stock.

Thus house prices are stickier there, simple as that.

There was so much crap that reached mega prices during the bubble that of course it is going to plunge hard and fast. The better areas will follow the market down but will drop nowhere near as dramatically as the froth does.

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Yeah, I get the impression that it is still high numbers for a S-D in that area - more than I'm willing to pay out. However, I just don't want to go out as far as Four Winds.

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