£210,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|16 September 2005||£199,500||N/A|
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A well presented and spacious apartment, with aspects towards Ingram Street and The Italian Centre, set within this admired A listed building, originally built circa 1865 by J.J. Burnett as the headquarters of The Glasgow Savings Bank.
Overall the accommodation extends to just over 1100 Sqft and at present the complete accommodation comprises:
Well kept communal entrance close and stairwell. Lift access to all levels. Welcoming reception hall with generous storage cupboard. Immediately impressive and generous open plan sitting room/ dining room enjoying an abundance of natural light. Open plan arrangement to well-appointed kitchen with integrated appliances. Two double bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes (master bedroom with ensuite shower room) and bathroom with three piece white suite.
The property benefits from gas central heating, security door entry system and a lift servicing all levels.
A bright and spacious larger styled contemporary second floor apartment located within this popular and distinctive A Listed Merchant Hall in the heart of the Merchant City.
Centrally located for the Merchant City and City Centre, this property is being conveniently located for easy access to all the city has to offer. Glasgow is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city and benefits from a wealth of amenities including both general and specialist shopping, wine bars and many highly acclaimed restaurants. In close proximity to the property are Strathclyde and Glasgow Caledonian Universities, the Financial District, SECC, Clyde Auditorium and various leisure and health clubs.
The area benefits from frequent public transport with easy access to Central rail station, Queen Street rail station and St Enoch and Buchanan Street subway stations. The nearby Clydeside Expressway, Clyde Tunnel, M77 and the M8/M80 ensure easy access to Scotland’s arterial road network.
EPC - Band C
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