£160,000 Offers over
A beautiful, bright and spacious top floor two bedroom flat set within a traditional blonde sandstone tenement in the popular North Kelvinside. Finished to a high standard throughout, this wonderful home is offered to the market in true walk-in condition. Offering a luxurious, modern standard of living whilst retaining plenty of period character and charm. Nestled just off Queen Margaret Drive, this home is conveniently located close to a range of shops, bars and restaurants, as well as excellent public transport links.
The internal accommodation comprises; welcoming entrance hallway with storage cupboard off, large 18’0 lounge with solid oak flooring and bay window to front, open plan kitchen with modern fitted wall and floor units and integrated appliances, two well proportioned double bedrooms, and a modern bathroom with white four piece suite including separate shower cubicle.
The specification of the property includes gas central heating, double glazing and security controlled entrance. The décor is bright and fresh throughout. The communal areas are well maintained by an appointed factor, and there is on-street parking available for residents and visitors directly on Fergus Drive.
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