£159,995 Offers Over
Formerly the Scottish head quarters of The Cooperative group, this 1895-built neoclassical landmark was converted to contemporary flats in 2000. Now, a rare opportunity has arisen to own a property inside, whose owner will also benefit from gym access, underground parking and close proximity to the city centre. With developers in the process of transforming Tradeston, this is an excellent investment for the future. The security entrance doors open onto a breathtaking pillared reception space and a magnificent stairway (or lift) leading to this apartment on the first floor. A broad private entrance hall has a deep store cupboard off and gives access to the lower bedroom, the bathroom and the lounge. The spacious lounge and dining area are double height with a window onto the rear courtyard and have a fully equipped fitted kitchen open plan and stirs leading to the mezzanine level. The lower bedroom is a large double height, double size bedroom with twin fitted double wardrobes, a pillar and a glass brick wall borrowing light from the lounge. The adjacent bathroom is part tiled, including floor, and has a white three piece suite. On the mezzanine level is a very large double bedroom area with twin double wardrobes and a part tiled, including floor, en-suite shower room with white suite. The apartment is heated via radiators from a wet electric Heatrae Sadia central heating boiler. EPC=E. Residents have access to a well equipped basement level gym and secure, underground parking. 95 Morrison Street is just a short walk from Glasgow City Centre and across the road from Springfield Quay where various leisure activities are available. Tradeston is currently undergoing a massive waterfront development. Buchanan Wharf is taking over the front three blocks at Clyde Place and will bring a host of new businesses, restaurants, cafes, cinema, high end offices and more to the area. Growing interest in Tradeston will see the quarter become a renewed bustling zone of the city. This means well maintained kerbs, roads and infrastructure, and inevitably, added value to property in the future. This building is within walking distance of Glasgow Central Station, close to two subway stations and sits next to both motorways, the M8 and M74. Room Sizes Hallway 12`2 x 6`6 Bedroom 1 14`1 x 12` (both min) Bathroom 6`8 x 5`6 Lounge/Dining Room 18`2 x 15`8 Kitchen 10` x 6`5 Mezzanine Bedroom 15`8 (22.10 max) x 13`1 En-suite 7`6 x 6`8
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