£164,000 Offers over
An exceptional corner flat set on the preferred first floor of this handsome sandstone building overlooking Kelvingrove Park. Finished to a high standard throughout and offering a contemporary standard of living whilst retaining some attractive period features. Located on the corner of Parkgrove Terrace and Derby Street, this home is conveniently placed for all local amenities along Argyle Street where there are now an array of trendy shops, bars and restaurants as well as good bus links. Also close to the SSE Hydro, two gyms, SECC train station and moments from the City Centre. Parkgrove Terrace is also facing onto Kelvingrove Park which pretty much offers your own back garden. An exceptional home, not to be missed.
The internal accommodation comprises; entrance hallway with storage cupboard off, magnificent 24’0 corner living room with dual aspect views and feature bay window overlooking Kelvingrove Park. The kitchen is open plan and offers modern wall and floor units and integrated appliances. An attractive oak floor runs from the hallway into the majority of apartments. There are two well proportioned double bedrooms and a bathroom with white three piece suite and over-bath electric shower.
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