Number 5 is a three-bedroom terrace house in a suburban Belfast street. From the '50s to the present day, successive occupants fill the house with their troubles and joys, simply trying to cope with all that life hurls their way whilst outside the front door the city shivers and sweats with the passing seasons. As fashions and tastes change according to each generation moving into Number 5, so the social fault lines of the city shift. Yet the presence of those who have come before is an ever-present memory ...Range ofrecently fitted high and low cupboards. Access tounderstair storage. Dinette: 11a² 2a²a² A 9a² 10a²a² FIRST FLOOR: Landing: Hot press, copper cylinder and immersion heater. Access to roof space. Bedroom 1: 11a² 2a²a² A 11a²anbsp;...
|Publisher||:||Penguin UK - 2004-03-04|