£125,000 Offers over
Occupying a enviable position within this blonde sandstone townhouse building, is this one bedroom conversion located in the sought after Strathbungo district. Enjoying open views to the front and with a private parking space to the rear this an excellent opportunity for the first-time buyer, downsizer or buy to-let investor. Early internal inspection is imperative to avoid disappointment.
The complete accommodation extends to; main door access via storm doors or private access to the rear, communal entrance stairwell, private entrance hallway, commodious lounge/dining room, modern fitted kitchen, four piece bathroom with white suite and double bedroom.
The property benefits from gas central heating, double glazing and an off street parking space to the rear of the building. There is ample storage within property.
A wonderful setting within the renowned conservation area of Strathbungo on Glasgow's south side. Providing the commuter access to the city centre via an excellent public transport network which includes bus and rail links. Queens Park is only a short distance away. A host of local amenities are available at Crossmyloof and Shawlands including thriving coffee shops, restaurants, bars and delicatessens in addition to a nearby Marks &Spencer.
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