£93,000 Fixed price
Rarely available. A well presented one bedroom main door ground floor cottage flat within a quiet residential area with landscaped gardens, parking to the front and the Forth &Clyde Canal at the end of the terrace. The accommodation is accessed from a vestibule with access to the lounge/dining room with storage off, the kitchen is complete with a modern stylish range of base and wall mounted units and overlooks the rear garden which has a large metal shed. There is a double bedroom with same outlook as kitchen and with fitted wardrobes with sliding mirrored wardrobe doors and bathroom complete with three piece suite. In addition the property has efficient heating, double glazing, residents' car parking, private rear garden, external storage. We recommend early viewing to truly appreciate the quality of accommodation on offer.
Forming part of a quiet residential development, Howth Drive lies close to Anniesland Cross which offers a number of amenities including Morrisons Hypermarket and additional retail outlets. There are excellent public transport links via bus and rail and good road links to the Clyde Tunnel, Clydeside Expressway, City Centre and M8 Motorway Network. EER C
Ground floor one bedroom cottage flat. Vestibule, lounge, kitchen, bedroom, bathroom, double glazing, garden and residents' parking. EER C
Lounge 15'1" x 12'2" (4.6m x 3.7m).
Kitchen 9'6" x 6'11" (2.9m x 2.1m).
Bedroom 10'10" x 7'10" (3.3m x 2.39m).
Bathroom 6'7" x 5'7" (2m x 1.7m).
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