£120,000 Offers over
Impressive and gleaming with horizontal keynotes of glass and steel this stylish one bedroom flat with beautiful views is in a modernist building slap bang in the heart of the city centre and is as striking today as it was when new some 78 years ago. The building completed in 1937 for Lord Beaverbrook as Scottish flagship premises for The Daily Express Group.
The property comprises large windows to provide a loft style living with maximum light penetration. The developers used broad open plan floor plates maximising glass to flood space with daylight. The flat is set in the West facing aspect of the building with open aspects to the mature grounds of The Ramshorn Church. Internally the subjects are well appointed and accessed from a managed communal secure entrance hallway, lift access to 5th floor, communal hall area, inner hall with store, feature lounge with large picture window to front , dining area and kitchen formed to rear, kitchen with full range of appliances and granite work top surfaces, bedroom is also accessed from hallway has fitted wardrobe and picture window to front and large floor to ceiling sliding door can be opened to provide an open plan living to lounge space, also quality internal bathroom with floor and wall tiling. There is also a large outside communal East facing terrace with planted raised beds for use by residents.
The property is exceptionally well positioned in the heart of Merchant City and taking advantage of local amenities including shops, transport, bars, restaurants, cafes and social amenities.
There is a timer controlled full electric heating and a "double boost" timed system for the hot water tank immersion heaters. There is a large communal rubbish disposal facility.
The property is exceptionally well positioned in the heart of Merchant City adjacent to the campus of Strathclyde University and takes advantage of local amenities.
EER Band C
Impressive and gleaming with horizontal keynotes of glass and steel this stylish 1 bedroom flat with beautiful views is in a modernist building slap bang in the heart of the city centre and is as striking today as it was when new some 78 years ago. The building completed in 1937 for Lord Beaverbrook as Scottish flagship premises for The Daily Express Group.
EER Band C
Living Room 25'9" x 10'8" (7.85m x 3.25m).
Bedroom 12'7" x 10'4" (3.84m x 3.15m).
Bathroom 8'5" x 6'5" (2.57m x 1.96m).
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