£75,000 Offers over
This exceptionally spacious two bedroom upper, main door apartment offers generously proportioned accommodation close to the heart of Clydebank as well as the bus and train stations. The tastefully presented accommodation provides an ideal opportunity to acquire a spacious home in a convenient location. The accommodation comprises entrance hall, lounge with rectangular bay window and dining recess, spacious fitted kitchen which is L-shaped with a door to the rear communal garden. Two bedrooms both of which have double glazed windows. The fully tiled bathroom is off the half landing with a modern three piece white suite with electric shower. This excellent flat is further enhanced by gas central heating, double glazed window frames and communal grounds to the rear. There is parking available on the street and early viewing is advised for a full appreciation of the overall size and condition of this impressive flat. EER BAND D
EER BAND D
Kitchen 15' (4.57m) x 4'3" (1.3m) widening to 11'3" (3.43m).
Lounge 19' (5.8m) x 13' (3.96m) into recess.
Bedroom One 11' x 8'6" (3.35m x 2.6m).
Bedroom Two 12'9" x 8' (3.89m x 2.44m).
Bathroom 11' x 4' (3.35m x 1.22m).
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