£140,000 Offers over
This beautifully appointed first floor apartment is located in the stunning Moredun House, a mansion conversion in the South of Paisley. The imposing stately home was converted into a selection of exclusive apartments located at the top of a private, tree lined driveway and this particular apartment overlooks the pleasure gardens to the south therefore enjoying ample natural light that floods the entire apartment.
The property offers security entry to the the communal hallway and staircase featuring traditional tiling, wodwork and magnificent leaded glass windows. The internal accommodation comprises; reception hallway with storage, beautiful open plan lounge/kitchen/dining area with bay window and feature fireplace. The kitchen has modern units with integrated oven, hob and extractor hood, fridge and freezer. There is also an integrated dishwasher and washing machine and breakfast bar for casual dining.
There are two double bedrooms; the principal bedroom having fitted storage and an en suite shower room. Completing the accommodation is a partially tiled three piece bathroom.
There are extensive communal garden grounds and private residents parking. This particular apartment also benefits from a security alarm system and original stained glass to the top of the windows highlighting the character and period of the property.
Lounge/Dining/Kitchen 23’1 x 14’11(at widest points)
Bedroom 1 13’10 x 9’8
En Suite 7’11 x 4’7
Bathroom 8’5 x 6’1
Bedroom 2 14’7 x 8’11
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