£129,995 Offers over
This proposed, bespoke development, by Ossian Properties Ltd, of only two duplex apartments is in a beautiful traditional, sandstone building. 1 Glasgow Road is nestled beside St Mirin’s Cathedral at the start of Glasgow Road making it an ideal spot to access Paisley Town Centre and Gilmour Street Train Station.
Paisley is undergoing a huge amount of investment leading up to the 2021 bid for City of Culture and the Abbey Quarter has seen modern apartments being built over looking Paisley Abbey and also the regeneration of the historic ‘Arnotts’ building into residential accommodation and soon to see the launch of the well regarded Cardosis restaurant on its ground floor. The apartments at 1 Glasgow Road sit on the edge of the Abbey Quarter making them part of this regeneration.
The properties will both be luxurious, duplex apartments with open plan living areas and modern fitted kitchens. The two bedrooms are on the upper level and the front bedrooms will have a particularly good outlook across to Paisley Abbey and the Town Hall. There will be a four piece family bathroom on entrance level and a WC on the upper floor adjacent to the bedrooms. The living accommodation will extend to circa 877ft2 in apartment A and circa 835ft2 in apartment B.
The specification includes gas central heating, a choice of high quality fitted ‘Magnet’ kitchen, sanitary ware, ceramic tiling and oak doors.
An exclusive benefit for these properties is the private parking facilities at the rear of the building providing rare, off street parking for this location.
EAST( 1B ). West( 1A )
Upper Floor. 35m2. 35m2
Lower ". 43m2. 47m2
Total. 78m2. 82m2
835 ft2. 877ft2
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