£155,000 Offers over
* RARELY ON THE MARKET ONE BEDROOM RETIREMENT APARTMENT IN HILLTREE COURT DEVELOPMENT
* PREFERRED FIRST FLOOR, DELIGHTFUL VIEWS
* ASSISTED LIVING
* CENTRAL GIFFNOCK LOCATION
* ONE BEDROOM, WALK IN CONDITION, PARIS BALCONY
Home Connexions are delighted to offer to the market place this beautiful first floor one bedroom apartment set in the fabulous Hilltree Court complex which offers Assisted Living for the over 70s within Giffnock. Hilltree Court is the first of it's kind in Scotland. This development of high-quality retirement apartments offers well-appointed accommodation with all the associated facilities and features expected.
Internally the property boasts a fabulous lounge offering private views out over the communal gardens as well as offering a feature focal fireplace and access to the kitchen. This delightful apartment sits away from the main busy Fenwick Road giving a private and peaceful outlook. The kitchen has been fitted to incorporate a great range of wall and base mounted units with a host of integrated appliances such as a fitted oven, hob and tower extractor hood along with a an integrated fridge freezer. The property also offers a generous sized double bedroom featuring fitted mirrored wardrobes and a lovely fitted bathroom comprising of a separate bath suite and wet room facility. The property has been tastefully finished throughout in neutral tones and offers, electric heating along with double glazing and private parking.
This property offers independent living with the type of support you need to provide added peace of mind. With on-site assistance, such as 24 hour emergency call and camera entry systems, you can relax in your own low-maintenance home or enjoy the company of like-minded individuals in the development's shared lounge.
There are a host of onsite facilities such as:
24-hour, 365 days a year on-site staffing
Personal care packages available by arrangement
24-hour emergency call system
Security entry system
Waitress service restaurant
Mobility scooter charging &store
Function room with computer
Hobbies and games room
The local area offers many options for leisure facilities such as Rouken Glen Park which is a popular attraction in the area and is typical of Edwardian urban parks with both formal and informal areas to explore, including a walled garden and waterfall. The south side of Glasgow plays host to Scottish National Trust properties, such as Greenbank Garden. Giffnock offers plenty to occupy its residents, including the well-attended Eastwood Park Theatre.
Giffnock is an attractive suburb of Glasgow, recently chosen as the first Scottish site for a Whole Foods Market. Shoppers are spoilt for choice, with an array of both independent and big brand stores. Adjacent to the accommodation is a supermarket and local shops and services are within easy reach.
Hilltree Court development benefits from excellent rail and road links. Giffnock station is situated just a short distance away with frequent trains to Glasgow and East Kilbride.
Viewings are highly advised to avoid disappointment.
EPC Band: C
Lounge (1) 7.80M (25'7'') X 3.17M (10'5'')
*** View From Paris Balcony
Kitchen 2.67m (8'9') x 2.31m (7'7')
Bedroom (1) 4.90m (16'1') x 3.00m (9'10')
Bathroom (1) 3.07m (10'1') x 2.57m (8'5')
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