£169,000 Offers over
Beautifully presented, versatile 3 bedroom 2nd floor blonde sandstone tenement flat located in the leafy west end district of North Kelvinside just off Queen Margaret Drive, 5 minutes walk from the Botanic Gardens and Byres Road. Locally there is an unrivalled selection of delis cafes, restaurants, supermarkets and specialist shopping both on Queen Margaret Drive and the famous Byres Road. The building is entered via security entry and there is on-street unrestricted parking. The accommodation comprises of a fabulous dining hall which offers access to all apartments and acts as a fantastic 2nd public room space, traditional bay window lounge, large breakfasting kitchen with rear facing picture window, 2 excellent double bedrooms, a 3rd single sized bedroom which could operate as a guest room or office and to complete the layout there is a bright and spacious shower room. The property has double glazing and electric central heating and the communal gardens to the rear are well tended. This flats location, size and provision of that all important 3rd bedroom/office will give this property broad appeal. Great flat, great location.
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