£3,500 Guide price
One bedroom first floor flat
Opportunity to purchase a traditional one bedroom, first floor flat located within the Clune Park area of Port Glasgow. The property comprises lounge, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom with shared gardens to the rear. We understand that Wallace Street and neighbouring streets will be part of a regeneration programme, further information can be found at https://www.inverclyde.gov.uk/housing/regeneration-of-clune-park. Please note Inverclyde council have advised they are happy to discuss the current position with any prospective purchasers. As this is an ongoing regeneration programme please ensure full due diligence is carried out prior to purchase. We are accepting pre auction offers for this property.
Priced For quick sale
Located within area of regeneration
Port Glasgow is the second largest town with the Inverclyde region of Scotland's' West Coast. Port Glasgow offers all town centre amenities with nearby Greenock offering further retailers and a shopping centre and new retail park which is home to a Tesco Superstore, Marks and Spencers, B&Q and TK Maxx to name a few. Port Glasgow is ideal for commuters with a regular rail service to Glasgow Central and is linked to Glasgow by the A8 dual carriageway and M8 motorway network. Glasgow Airport is located 13 miles from Port Glasgow.
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