£225,000 Offers over
This is a particularly well presented Drawing Room conversion within this quiet West End cul-de-sac, and close to amenities being within 100 yards of Great Western Road, close to Kelvinbridge. The apartment is on the ground floor within an attractive refurbished Victorian Terrace and occupies the ground floor left position within the building. The property is accessed from an external stair to a broad welcoming reception hall. The flat has a hallway giving access to all apartments. There is a large drawing room with bay window and ample dining space. There are two double bedrooms with windows facing the rear and a well fitted internal kitchen and bathroom.
Hamilton Park Avenue is a well respected location and apartments of this size and layout rarely appear for sale. The property would be ideally suited to a professional individual or couple or perhaps someone moving from a larger property where they are accustomed to larger furniture.
The property has had a high level of upgrade and represents an ideal apartment in walk in condition. EER C
Ground floor drawing room conversion. Rec hall, lounge/dining room, kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom. EER Band C
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