£199,995 Fixed price
Stylish top floor 2 bedroom Townhouse Conversion set in the super central west end district of Hillhead, just 5 minutes walk from Byres Road and the Botanic Gardens. Locally there is an unrivalled selection of delis, bars, restaurants and specialist food shopping giving this location lifestyle &choice on it's doorstep. This iconic B-listed townhouse terrace is quintessentially west end and very pleasing to the eye. The flat conversion itself is formed on the top floor of the townhouse and the accommodation comprises; reception hall with storage and glazed front door making use of the cupola skylight in the stairwell by borrowing light for the hallway, unique, apex style lounge dining room with bay window and high ceilings, spacious contemporary kitchen 'which has seen a lot of baking action' with velux window, 2 good sized double bedrooms again with high ceilings and superb roof/treetop views over the west end and to complete the layout there is a 3 piece bathroom with over-bath shower. Residents parking permits are available and the property has a system of gas central heating.
This quirky west end period townhouse has both style and charm whilst benefiting from a superb location.
EER - E
Council Tax Band - D
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