£175,000 Offers over
McEwan Fraser is delighted to present this stylish two double bedroom apartment in one of Glasgow's most iconic buildings. 5 South Frederick Street is perfectly positioned in the heart of the thriving Merchant City and is recognised by many as a triumph in the redevelopment of Glasgow's precious architecture. This lovely former General Post Office building is full of charm and character. It is perfectly positioned opposite George Square and was thoughtfully transformed by Miller homes in 2001 into a collection of sixty-one stunning apartments. The residential accommodation is set over six floors with two lifts, seven- days a week concierge service, state of the art high-security biometric entry system, complete CCTV coverage throughout the building and an in-house Gym. Apartment 4/8 is a classic example of the fantastic accommodation on offer in the building. This contemporary apartment enjoys excellent proportions and high levels of natural light throughout. The epitome of contemporary living, there are two well proportioned double bedrooms, master bathroom, en-suite shower room and superb open plan kitchen reception. The apartment is in great internal order and an incoming purchaser will just need to decorate to taste. A chic City Centre apartment like this will is guaranteed to appeal to a wide range of owner occupiers and canny investors so early viewing is highly recommended.
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