£99,950 Offers Over
Patch Estate Agents are pleased to present this ONE BEDROOM FIRST FLOOR FLAT in well established location of Giffnock, Glasgow to the market. Property comprises lounge, kitchen, double bedroom and bathroom.This beautiful one bedroom first floor flat sits in a small private development close to the centre of Giffnock. Ideally positioned within walking distance of the train station, bus links and a wide variety of shops, restaurants and bars. Further benefits include double glazing, electric wet heating, secure door entry system and private parking. Viewing is highly recommended. Conveniently situated adjacent to the local Morrisons supermarket and with excellent bus and railway links close at hand. Acknowledged for its standard and level of local amenities the suburb of Giffnock provides a broad selection of shops, restaurants, supermarkets and regular train and bus services to Glasgow's City Centre and beyond. The property is also located within the catchment area for a number of well respected multi denominational schools at both primary and secondary level. ACCOMMODATION: Lounge: 5.06m x 3.10m Kitchen: 3.10m x 1.60m Bedroom: 4.17m 2.98m Bathroom: 2.01m x 1.98m Viewing Advised
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