£130,000 Offers over
A beautiful top floor, larger style one bedroom flat set in a corner position of this handsome sandstone tenement in a popular location. Only moments from the thriving Argyle Street where there is a vast array of trendy shops, bars and restaurants, as well as excellent public transport links. Also on hand are two leisure/ fitness clubs, the SSE Hydro and a train station. The property itself is presented to a high standard throughout and is flooded with natural light throughout the day. The rooms are well proportioned and this home is certain to appeal to a range of buyers.
The internal accommodation comprises; welcoming entrance hallway, impressive lounge with feature bay window with aspects towards some iconic Glasgow sights including the Finnieston Crane, a magnificent dining kitchen with modern wall and floor units and integrated electric hob and oven, spacious double bedroom with another feature bay window, bathroom with fresh white three piece suite and over-bath shower, and completing the accommodation is a useful study/ store room.
The specification includes gas central heating, double glazing and security controlled entrance. Permit parking is available through Glasgow City Council.
EER Band D
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