£105,000 Offers over
Positioned on the second floor of a traditional red sandstone Victorian tenement building, the apartment benefits from a secure door entry system, gas fired central heating with combination boiler and double glazed windows throughout.
In brief the accommodation extends to L shaped reception hallway with storage off, delightful bay windowed lounge with a modern feel and an abundance of natural light, thoughtfully designed galley kitchen fitted with a range of wall and base mounted units, double bedroom with mirrored wardrobes and to complete the overall accommodation there is a well appointed bathroom comprising a white three piece suite with over bath shower.
Kilmarnock Road is ideally situated for a range of Shawlands amenities including shops, bars and restaurants and offers excellent public transport links to Glasgow City Centre and destinations further afield. Viewing highly recommended to avoid disappointment.
In conclusion, this is a wonderful example of a traditional Glasgow tenement pitched perfectly for the young professional buyer seeking turn key condition accommodation in close proximity to local amenities and excellent transport links.
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