£189,000 Offers over
Stunning red sandstone elevated ground floor tenement apartment located in the heart of Hyndland in Glasgow's leafy west end. Hyndland has everything on its doorstep; numerous private &open sports clubs, Hyndland Train station with regular direct train services to both Glasgow &Edinburgh city centres, a superb selection of delis and specialist shops, several parkland spaces and plenty of coffee shops and eateries to choose from. The building is entered via security entry and the communal close is traditional and smart. The accommodation comprises; square reception hall, stylish bay window lounge-dining room with open views directly down Airlie Street, contemporary kitchen, 2 excellent double bedrooms, the master with en suite shower room and to complete the layout there is a 4 piece bathroom with separate shower and bath. The property has gas central heating, the windows are double glazed, there is hardwood flooring throughout the hall, lounge, kitchen and bathrooms, there is a private front garden and shared gardens to the rear and there is unrestricted on-street parking. This flat will have broad appeal due to its style, size and location.
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