£135,000 Offers over
An immaculate, two bedroom upper cottage flat set in a much admired location. This red brick building is tucked away at the end of a residential cul de sac just off Clarence Drive, and is only moments from local amenities within Hyndland and Broomhill. The flat itself is very well presented, and the current owner has invested considerable time and money on improvements over the years including a stunning new bathroom, fresh décor and new carpets. This property is certain to be of interest to a range of buyers and the location could not be any better. There are regular bus links on Clarence Drive as well as the nearby Hyndland Train Station.
The internal accommodation comprises; entrance vestibule with stairs leading to the upper level, bight and spacious lounge with dual aspect views, modern fitted kitchen with electric hob and double oven as well as hardwood worktops, two well proportioned double bedrooms that both offer fitted wardrobes, and a stunning family bathroom with white three piece suite including Spa bath, over-bath shower and Porcelanosa tiles.
The specification of the property includes gas central heating and UPVC double glazing. To the front of the property there is residents and visitor parking.
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