£159,000 Offers over
A traditional first floor flat within a refurbished blond sandstone building which lies in the heart of the thriving Finnieston district of Glasgow's West End surrounded by an array of trendy bars, restaurants and bistros.
The accommodation comprises security entry, welcoming reception hallway with storage cupboard, principal lounge with storage cupboard, two excellent sized bedrooms to the front and rear, dining kitchen and bathroom with over shower. In addition the property has gas central heating.
Argyle Street lies within Finnieston offering a convenient location for both city centre and West End amenities. There are a number of shops, bars and restaurants in close proximity including a Sainsbury's Local and there are good public transport routes via bus, rail and underground. There are good road links to the Clyde Tunnel, Clydeside Expressway, city centre and M8 motorway network. EER - Band C
Traditional first floor flat. Security entry, rec hall, lounge, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom and gas central heating. EER C
Lounge 17'1" x 14'9" (5.2m x 4.5m).
Kitchen 11'10" x 11'10" (3.6m x 3.6m).
Bedroom 1 15'1" x 13'1" (4.6m x 3.99m).
Bedroom 2 12'2" x 11'6" (3.7m x 3.5m).
Bathroom 6'7" x 5'11" (2m x 1.8m).
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