£129,995 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|8 June 2007||£112,500||£21,950|
|4 August 2006||£90,550||£33,550|
|4 April 2003||£57,000||N/A|
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Bright and well-presented three bedroom, end-terrace house with private gardens, driveway and a carport. The property is set on a corner plot on a residential street in Rutherglen, South Lanarkshire. Upon entering the property, the hall provides three cupboards for storage, the carpeted stairs, and provides access to most rooms on the ground floor. Set towards the front with a large window providing plenty of natural light, the living room offers quality wood-effect flooring, coving, and ample room for both lounge and dining furniture. It also provides access to the kitchen which, in turn, has a door out to the rear garden. The kitchen includes stone-effect worktops, a sink with drainer, fitted units, a tiled backsplash, and an integrated oven, gas hob and canopy above, with room for further white goods. Also on this floor is a good-sized family room set to the rear and a modern bathroom fitted with a white three-piece suite, including a shower unit over the bath and tiled flooring and splashwalls. Upstairs, there are three well-proportioned double bedrooms, all with carpeted flooring, with bedroom three offering a full-width wardrobe with sliding doors, and bedroom two features the access hatch to the loft.
Rutherglen is a former historic burgh, now a residential suburb located to the southeast of the centre of Glasgow. There is a good range of local amenities including local shopping, medical practices, schools at both primary and secondary levels, and recreational and sports facilities with a number of golf courses and country parks within easy reach. Rutherglen has its own railway station, as well as other excellent public transport links. There are also superb road links to the surrounding areas and the motorway network for easy travel throughout central Scotland.
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