£118,000 Offers over
A bright and spacious first floor flat set in the popular Friary Court development. Built by Miller Homes in circa 2005 next to the iconic St Francis Church, this impressive home offers luxury living in a sought after location and also enjoys plenty of residents and visitor parking to the front. Close to the City Centre, the M8 motorway and excellent public transport links, the location could not be better. Certain to suit a range of buyers including first time buyers, young professionals and buy-to-let investors.
The internal accommodation comprises; welcoming reception hallway with two storage cupboards off, large 21’8 open plan living space with two windows to front allowing for plenty of natural light. The kitchen is fitted with modern wall and floor units and integrated appliances, and there is plenty of space for formal dining as well as a casual sitting area. There are two well proportioned double bedrooms that both offer fitted wardrobes, a master en-suite shower room with electric shower, and a bathroom with white three piece suite and over-bath hand shower.
The specification of the property includes gas central heating, double glazing, alarm system, and security controlled entrance for added peace of mind.
EER band B
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