£140,000 Offers over
Fantastic traditional blonde sandstone bay windowed three bedroom flat which combines an attractive blend of character features with all of the benefits of modern day living. Occupying the preferred first floor level, this flexible layout will be of appeal to a number of buyer types. The property is very well presented throughout and is also tastefully decorated. Early viewing is highly recommended to appreciate.
Accommodation comprises: Spacious reception hallway with deep walk in storage cupboard. Well proportioned bay windowed lounge. Large modern fitted kitchen / dining room. three bedrooms. Bright bathroom.
Throughout the property there are a number of traditional character features, with decorative cornices and centre rose. High ceilings give the flat a spacious feel and comfortable living throughout.
The close entry is well presented as are the rear communal gardens.
All-in-all this is a must see home, right in the heart of the popular Dennistoun drives.
Fantastic 1st floor traditional blonde sandstone bay windowed 3 bedroom flat which combines an attractive blend of character features with all of the benefits of modern day living.
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