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10 St Judes Crescent, Ormeau Road, Belfast, BT7 2GW

Offers Over £199,950
  • status Agreed
  • bedrooms 4 Bedrooms
  • receptions 1 Reception
  • style Semi-Detached
  • Price Offers Over £199,950
  • Style Semi-Detached
  • Bedrooms 4
  • Receptions 1
  • Heating GFCH
  • EPC Rating D63 /D65
  • Status Agreed
Kirby O'Connor - Assoc RICS GOC Estate Agents Office: 028 9066 2366
Kirby O'Connor


St Judes Crescent is a highly regarded avenue conveniently located between the Ormeau and Ravenhill Roads and offers the discerning purchaser a range of local amenities and recreational facilities within walking distance. This area is easily accessible by private car or public transport where one can reach Forestside shopping centre and Belfast City Centre within minutes. This property is a delightful semi detached home with accommodation over three floors comprising of entrance hall, cloakroom, spacious through lounge, extended kitchen, casual dining room, bathroom and four bedrooms, double glazed windows and gas fired central heating. Externally this property benefits from an elevated rear south facing garden. Finished to a high standard throughout this property is sure to appeal to a wide spectrum of potential purchasers. Viewing comes highly recommended.


  • Well Presented Semi Detached Property
  • Highly Convenient Ormeau and Ravenhill Location
  • Extended Kitchen with Modern Units and Integrated Appliances
  • Casual Dining Room off Kitchen
  • Bright and Spacious Through Lounge
  • 3 Bedrooms on the First Floor and a large 4th Bedroom on the Loft Conversion
  • Modern White Bathroom Suite
  • Enclosed South Facing Rear Garden
  • Gas Fired Central Heating
  • uPVC Double Glazed Windows

Room Details


    Laminate wooden flooring.

    White suite comprising low flush W.C., wash hand basin, part tiled walls.
  • THROUGH LOUNGE: 24' 6" X 11' 3" (7.47m X 3.43m)

    At widest point. Laminate wooden flooring, open fire with ??? and wooden surround, patio doors leading to rear garden.
  • CASUAL DINING ROOM: 7' 3" X 7' 4" (2.21m X 2.24m)

    Tiled floor.
  • KITCHEN: 12' 0" X 9' 1" (3.66m X 2.77m)

    Excellent range of high and low level units, integrated stainless steel gas hob, integrated oven, stainless steel extractor hood, 1 1/2 stainless steel sink draining unit, integrated washing machine, integrated dishwasher, tiled floor.


    White suite comprising panel bath with power shower over and separate shower attachment, low flush W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, part tiled walls, chrome towel rail, gas boiler.
  • BEDROOM (2): 11' 2" X 11' 0" (3.40m X 3.35m)

    Built in storage unit.
  • BEDROOM (3): 11' 7" X 11' 0" (3.53m X 3.35m)

    At widest point.
  • BEDROOM (4)/STUDY: 8' 4" X 6' 4" (2.54m X 1.93m)

  • BEDROOM (1): 11' 9" X 11' 6" (3.58m X 3.51m)

    At widest point, 3 x velux windows, 2 x storage units, built in storage cupboard.
  • Front: Enclosed space with border brick wall and paved area. Side: Access to the rear. Rear: South facing garden with raised paved area and border hedging.
  • Under Section 21 of the Estate Agents Act 1979, a member of Gerry O'Connor Estate Agents has a declarable personal interest in the sale of this property.


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Accessed via the Ormeau and Ravenhill Roads

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Advice on Stamp Duty

Advice on Stamp Duty

Stamp Duty Land Tax is a percentage paid on the purchase of a home or non-residential property to the Inland Revenue.  You usually pay Stamp Duty Land Tax (SDLT) on increasing portions of the property price above £125,000 when you buy residential property, eg a house or flat.

There are different rules if you’re buying your first home and the purchase price is £500,000 or less.

Use the SDLT calculator to work out how much tax you’ll pay.

Rates if you’re buying your first home

You can claim a discount (relief) so you don’t pay any tax up to £300,000 and 5% on the portion from £300,001 to £500,000.

You’re eligible if:

·you, and anyone else you’re buying with, are first-time buyers

·you complete your purchase on or after 22 November 2017

If the price is over £500,000, you follow the rules for people who’ve bought a home before.

Rates if you’ve bought a home before

Freehold sales and transfers

You can also use this table to work out the SDLT for the purchase price of a lease (the ‘lease premium’).

Property or lease premium or transfer value                                              SDLT rate

Up to £125,000                                                                                                Zero
The next £125,000 (the portion from £125,001 to £250,000)                       2%
The next £675,000 (the portion from £250,001 to £925,000)                       5%
The next £575,000 (the portion from £925,001 to £1.5 million)                    10%
The remaining amount (the portion above £1.5 million)                              12%


If you buy a house for £275,000, the SDLT you owe is calculated as follows:

  • 0% on the first £125,000 = £0
  • 2% on the next £125,000 = £2,500
  • 5% on the final £25,000 = £1,250
  • Total SDLT = £3,750

New leasehold sales and transfers

When you buy a new residential leasehold property you pay SDLT on the purchase price of the lease (the ‘lease premium’) using the rates above.
If the total rent over the life the lease (known as the ‘net present value’) is more than £125,000, you also pay SDLT of 1% on the portion over £125,000 - unless you buy an existing (‘assigned’) lease.

You can work out how much SDLT you’ll pay for your new residential lease using HMRC’s:

Higher rates for additional properties

You’ll usually have to pay 3% on top of the normal SDLT rates if buying a new residential property means you’ll own more than one.

Use the SDLT calculator to work out how much tax you’ll pay.  You may not have to pay the higher rates if you exchanged contracts before 26
November 2015. 

If you’re replacing your main residence

You won’t pay the extra 3% SDLT if the property you’re buying is replacing your main residence and that has already been sold.  If there’s a delay selling your main residence and it hasn’t been sold on the day you complete your new purchase:

  • you’ll have to pay higher rates because you own 2 properties
  • you may be able to get a refund if you sell your previous main home within 36 months
  • There are special rules if you own property with someone else or already own a property outside England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
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