£95,000 Offers over
A delightful one bedroom upper flat located within a cul de sac in this ever popular modern development.
Surrounded by communal landscaped garden grounds and enjoying its own large, private garden and set close to walks along Forth and Clyde Canal.
Internally the property offers well laid out accommodation which has been meticulously cared for to offer accommodation in true walk-in condition. A front facing lounge/dining room, a rear facing fitted kitchen with oven hob and hood, tiled floor, and intergrated fridge/freezer and an integraded washer/dryer. The bedroom also faces to the rear and ejoys a built in wardrobe. The bathroom has a white 3 piece suite with an electric shower. The specification of the property includes double glazed windows and electric heating system.
This property is well located for the Veterinarian college and transport links close by include Great Western Road for access through to the Clyde tunnel, M8 motorway, airport and city centre.
EER BAND D
EER BAND D
Lounge 15'9" x 12' (4.8m x 3.66m).
Kitchen 10' x 7'4" (3.05m x 2.24m).
Bedroom 1 11' x 8'5" (3.35m x 2.57m).
Bathroom 6'4" x 5'9" (1.93m x 1.75m).
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