£55,000 Fixed price
Spacious, two bedroomed, lower cottage flat with front and back door, situated in a popular residential area less than half a mile by foot from Kilsyth Primary School.
Suited to a wide variety of discerning purchasers, ranging from those looking to get on to the property ladder to those considering down-sizing or indeed an investor looking for a buy-to-let opportunity, this delightful ground floor flat provides a great opportunity. Well placed within this popular and sought-after area, the property warrants personal viewing for a full appreciation. The internal layout comprises: Entrance porch, entrance hall, good sized lounge, kitchen, two double bedrooms and shower room with three piece white suite complemented by tiled walls and floor. This appealing is further enhanced by gas central heating, PVC double glazed window frames and garden to front and rear.
Located between Mid Barrwood Road and High Barrwood Road, St Mirren`s Road, is well place close to local amenities and less than half a mile by foot from Kilsyth Primary School. Glasgow City Centre is just some sixteen miles away via the M80 for those who commute and there are many natural resources available for all to enjoy in the surrounding hinterland.
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