£59,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|24 March 2017||£75,000||£8,000|
|14 June 2006||£83,000||£13,000|
|18 June 2004||£70,000||N/A|
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A spacious three bedroom first floor flat, well placed for local amenities and services.
Internally, the property would benefit from modernisation and cosmetic upgrading and affords a flexible layout.
The accommodation comprises:
Entrance porch with store cupboard. Large reception hall with ample storage. Sitting room. Bright kitchen, with a wall mounted and floor standing units. Three bedrooms, all of double proportion. Bathroom with three piece suite.
The property is further complemented by double glazing and gas central heating.
The area is well served by first class train and bus services to the city centre. The neighbouring suburbs of Shawlands, Pollokshields and Giffnock provide a broad range of excellent shopping facilities, supermarkets, fine restaurants, bars and numerous recreational facilities. Silverburn shopping centre provides an extensive range of shops, restaurants and supermarkets. There are a number of golf courses in the area including Pollok and Haggs Castle golf clubs and a selection of local health clubs.
Pollok Country Park is Glasgow's largest park and the only Country Park within Glasgow. In 2006 Pollok County Park was named the best park in Britain and in 2008, it was named the Best Park in Europe. Its extensive woodlands and gardens provide a quiet sanctuary for both visitors and wildlife. The park also contains the Burrell Collection, a purpose-built building designed to hold the large, eclectic antique and art collection of shipping magnate William Burrell, who donated the collection to the City of Glasgow on his death. Another feature of interest is the award-winning fold of Highland cattle.
The M77 provides commuter access to the City Centre, Glasgow Airport and along with the Southern Orbital provides an excellent connection to the Central Scotland motorway network as well as south towards Ayrshire and Prestwick Airport.
EPC - Band C
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