£122,500 Offers over
Tastefully presented and generous 1 bedroom, 2nd floor apartment within a landmark Glasgow City Centre building, occupying a prominent corner position. This 1 bedroom apartment is bright and immediately impressive and is accessed through a security entry door system, with communal lifts and stairs to all floors. Comprising reception hallway, fabulous bay windowed lounge with open plan fully fitted modern kitchen complete with oven hob and hood, fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher, 3 additional west facing single windows making it bright and airy. Double bedroom with fitted storage, attractive bathroom with a three piece white suite and shower over. Ample storage, and benefitting from electric heating and double glazing throughout.The apartment is situated within a section of the building that was converted and developed into residential accommodation in circa 2004 and is particularly well placed to take advantage of an enviable selection of amenities and social facilities in the immediate area including Sauchiehall Street and the Buchanan Galleries, Both Glasgow Queen street Train station and Glasgow Central Train Station are a short walk away. Buchannan Bus station is even closer. EER Band C
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