£105,000 Fixed Price
Rannoch are pleased to bring to the market this two bedroomed flat set in a converted grade B-listed former Church within short commuting distance of the QUEEN ELIZABETH II UNIVERSITY hospital, Glasgow University, the BBC, STV and Glasgow city centre.
The property sympathetically combines period features with contemporary design to deliver a characterful open plan living space extending to approximately 844 sq ft for first-time buyers and young professionals alike. The location also renders it suitable for the buy-to-let market and with bedrooms designed on alternate floors this could easily accommodate two sharing.
The flat enjoys a superior level of privacy arranged over the ground, first and mezzanine floors of this unique property and shares a communal hallway and gardens. Entry is via a private security system.
The property comprises a reception hall, cloakroom, guest bedroom, triple aspect open-plan kitchen/living room with exposed stone and large gothic style church windows. Stairs lead to the large mezzanine level with a modern bathroom with 3 piece suite and over bath shower.
Further benefits include double glazing, gas central heating, a large communal lawn with semi-mature trees, designated parking space and ample guest parking on street.
Bus services east and west are two minutes' walk away and National Cycle Network Route 7 is a few hundred yards away, while the nearby Partick Interchange provides rail, bus and underground links.
Viewing is highly recommended for this quirky property and is by appointment only.
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