£139,000 Offers over
This is a very well presented top floor flat with terrific views over the north and west. On the corner of Bank Street and Glasgow Street, within this fully refurbished building the flat is in a very convenient spot and ready to move into. The flat, being at the top of the building benefits from the character of dormer windows and exceptional outlooks. The accommodation comprises entrance hallway with storage, lounge with bay window and double aspect, good sized bedroom bathroom with shower and well fitted kitchen with space for table and chairs. The flat has gas central heating security entry and replacement sash and case windows.Bank Street lies within the heart of Hillhead close to a number of local level amenities including bars, restaurants and shops. There is also easy access to all public transport routes via bus, rail and underground. Easy access to the Clydeside Expressway, Clyde Tunnel and M8 motorway network.
Beautiful one bedroom flat
Fully refurbished building
Hall 12'10" x 6'6" (3.91m x 1.98m).
Livingroom 21'1" x 10'1" (6.43m x 3.07m).
Kitchen 9'10" x 13'9" (3m x 4.2m).
Bedroom 9'2" x 12'1" (2.8m x 3.68m).
Bathroom 7'8" x 6'1" (2.34m x 1.85m).
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