£135,000 Offers over
In a wonderfully ornamental red sandstone building of 1900 with statuary and reliefs by Kellock Brown this third floor two bedroom flat is in a really vibrant city centre location and gives you an opportunity to secure a piece of Glasgow's architectural heritage. Built as headquarters of the distillery company McLachlan &Co the building was latterly converted to City flats. The large sitting room is south facing , with plenty of space for a dining area. Bedroom 1 has an en-suite shower-room and a built-in wardrobe. There is an additional double bedroom. The main bathroom has a bath with shower over.
The kitchen is separated from the sitting room by an island unit which accommodates the induction hob cooker and electric oven, with an overhead cooker hood. The kitchen has attractive fitted units, with integral fridge/freezer and dishwasher, and a washing machine. The flat has wet electric central heating, and is secondary glazed throughout. EER Band- D
In a wonderfully ornamental red sandstone building of 1900 with statuary and reliefs by Kellock Brown this third floor 2 bedroom flat is in a really vibrant City Centre location and gives you an opportunity to secure a piece of Glasgow's architectural heritage.
EER Band- D
Lounge/Kitchen 24'11" x 12'10" (7.6m x 3.91m).
Master Bedroom 15'1" x 10'6" (4.6m x 3.2m).
Ensuite 6'7" x 4'3" (2m x 1.3m).
Bedroom 2 12'2" x 8'6" (3.7m x 2.6m).
Bathroom 8'10" x 6'7" (2.7m x 2m).
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