£154,000 Offers over
A well presented fourth floor luxury apartment set in a popular modern development close to all local shops, bars and restaurants in Broomhill and Jordanhill. Spacious living accommodation extending to around 980 sq ft, with large windows allowing for plenty of natural light and not overlooked. The décor is fresh and bright throughout and it is offered to the market in true walk-in condition. A real feature of the property is the shared rooftop terrace- an ideal place to relax outside in fine weather and enjoy the views. There is elevator access to the property, security controlled entrance and private parking.
The internal accommodation comprises; welcoming reception hall, large 27’4 open plan living space with three windows to front including a Paris balcony bringing the outdoors in, and a modern fitted kitchen with integrated appliances. There are two well proportioned double bedrooms with in-built wardrobes, a master en-suite shower room and a family bathroom with three piece suite and over-bath shower.
The specification of the property includes gas central heating, double glazing and security controlled entrance. The communal areas are well maintained by an appointed factor.
EER band C
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