£159,000 Offers over
A bright and airy, two bedroom first floor flat set within a modern development at the end of a quiet residential cul de sac. St Vincent Crescent is one of the most sought after addresses in Finnieston and this beautiful flat is one of the finest examples in the development, with a replaced kitchen, and two new bathrooms. Fresh, neutral décor throughout and offering spacious accommodation extending to around 786 sq ft, this property is certain to appeal to a range of buyers. Despite its more tranquil location overlooking the bowling green, it is only a stones throw from the lively Argyle Street where there are a range of trendy shops, bars and restaurants as well as regular bus services. Finnieston also has two leisure centres, a train station and the SSE Hydro.
The internal accommodation comprises; entrance hallway with storage cupboard off, impressive lounge with two windows to front looking down St Vincent Crescent, a luxurious modern dining kitchen (2013) with quality fitted wall and floor units and integrated double oven and gas hob. The kitchen has double doors that open, and again enjoys views to the front. There are two well proportioned double bedrooms that both offer fitted wardrobes, a refitted master en-suite shower room (2013), and a refitted guest bathroom (2013) with white three piece suite and over-bath shower.
The specification of the property includes gas central heating, double glazing and security controlled entrance. There is residents parking to the front of the development and it is all maintained to a high standard by an appointed factor.
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