£38,500 Guide price
Well positioned Full 2 bedroom flat located on the preferred 1st floor of a refurbished traditional Red sandstone tenement building in popular sought after district near Dennistoun in Glasgows thriving East End. This property comprises 2 x Large Double bedrooms, Full Spacious Living Room,Fitted Galley Kitchen &Bathroom, Benefits from having Electric Heating.***Potentially High yielding Residential Investment Property in central location***Achievable rent £450pcm (£5400 per annum)***High amenity area*** and is popular with students, hospital staff &key workers. Excellent location convenient for City Centre, Merchant City, Caledonian &Strathclyde Universities, The Royal Infirmary Hospital &The Forge retail park &shopping centre and The City Park Office Complex*** ***High Volume of tenant demand*** The local district is a fantastic location benefiting from excellent transport links to Glasgow city centre via bus routes on Alexandra Parade and Duke Street and is well serviced by local train stations. The property is further enhanced due to substantial ongoing investment and regeneration of wider area. ***WILL ATTRACT SUBSTANTIAL INTEREST FROM INVESTORS)***
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