£95,000 Offers over
Occupying a highly sought second floor position within this popular high amenity pocket, a substantial two bedroom flat which will surely appeal to the first time buyer, young couple or investor alike. Early internal inspection is highly recommended to appreciate the accommodation on offer at this asking price.
The complete accommodation extends to; welcoming reception hallway, corner bay windowed lounge with original recess, beautifully appointed modern fitted kitchen, master bedroom, bedroom two/guest bedroom and refurbished shower room.
The specification includes gas central heating and double glazing. The building benefits from security controlled door entry system and well maintained bin storage and drying green facilities to the rear.
Niddrie Road itself is ideally placed for a range of local amenities including many thriving coffee shops, bars, delicatessens and restaurants. Queens Park Public Park can be found close by offering a host of recreational activities and hosting a fortnightly farmers market. Also close at hand are excellent public transport and motorway links providing easy access to Glasgow City Centre and destinations further afield.
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