£225,000 Fixed price
Chancellor Street is a very popular location between Partick and Hyndland. Close to both Mansfield Park and Dumbarton Road and Hyndland Road at the top of the hill. Mansfield Park has its own little village feel with shops, bars and restaurants, all at the end of the street not to mention Mansfield Park itself along with the park on Highburgh Road.
The flat is a two bedroom red sandstone tenement on the ground floor although in an elevated position from street level although benefits from good daylight as the street is particularly broad. The flat itself displays all manner of traditional features although there is an appealing mix with modern conveniences.
The flat is particularly spacious and offers a roomy and flexible layout which comprises entrance vestibule leading to a particularly roomy hallway with space for table and chairs. There is a dining kitchen which also has ample space for a table and chairs and is well fitted with modern wall and base units and breakfast bar/central unit. There are two good sized double bedrooms and a well fitted contemporary shower room. The flat also has gas central heating from a combination boiler. EER Band D
A particularly spacious ground floor flat.
S/entry, rec hall, lounge, dining kitchen.
2 bedrooms, shower room, gas central heating
Communal gardens. EER Band D
Lounge 15'7" x 13'1" (4.75m x 3.99m).
Bedroom 1 15'4" x 10'8" (4.67m x 3.25m).
Bedroom 2 14'7" x 8'5" (4.45m x 2.57m).
Dining Kitchen 19' x 9'8" (5.8m x 2.95m).
Shower Room 14'7" x 3'9" (4.45m x 1.14m).
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