£178,000 Offers over
A bright and spacious two bedroom, second floor flat extending to over 1,000 sq ft. Retaining period features including ornate cornicing, yet offering a modern standard of living in walk-in condition. Modern features include replaced double glazing and a refitted contemporary kitchen. Set in a traditional sandstone tenement in an ideal location for a range of buyers. Only moments from Kelvingrove Park as well as a range of shops, bars and restaurants on Argyle Street and Byres Road. Also only a short distance to Glasgow City Centre. A notable feature is the communal, mature rear garden area offering a tranquil place to relax outside in fine weather.
The internal accommodation comprises; broad entrance hallway with storage cupboard off, large 20’ bay windowed lounge with small store room off, modern dining kitchen with fitted wall and floor units and integrated gas hob and oven as well as plenty of space for a large table and chairs- a great space for entertaining guests. There are two well proportioned double bedrooms and a bathroom with white three piece suite and over-bath shower.
The specification of the property includes gas central heating, double glazing and security controlled entrance.
EER band C
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