£140,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|29 November 2013||£115,000||£19,995|
|1 December 2006||£134,995||N/A|
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4 Ritz Place is located in the Gorbals district of Glasgow, close to the city centre, and a host of local amenities.This two-bedroom presentable apartmenent is located on the third floor, as you enter the building you are welcomed into a close and stairwell which is well maintained by the factor and residents. The property itself comprises 2 good-sized bedrooms, one with built in wardrobe and en-suite with shower, a shared bathroom with bath, a dinning kitchen with gas hob and inbuilt appliances and a sitting room for entertainning guests. The Gorbals area has been redeveloped over the past 20 years to offer inhabitants modern accomodation with lots of free parking and quick and simple access to the city centre and a host of local amenities.Various transport links, shops and local parks are readily accessed nearby with the centre of Glasgow roughly a 20min walk across the River Clyde, this apartment therefore offers a great opportunitiy for buyers looking to regularly travel into the city of Glasgow. Glasgow boats an array of significant landmarks, shopping centres and cultural sites that help build up a vibrant atmosphere. Within walking distance of the centre are two of the cities largest universities; Strathclyde University and Glasgow Caledonian University. These two well established institutions are known for their groundbreaking research and contribute to Glasgows innnovative spirit along with active social life. In addition to these the city centre can be experienced by enjoying the rich cultural significance of visiting places such as the Gallery of Modern Art, the City Chambers and the gothic styled Glasgow Cathedral. For any keen shopper the city offers the "style-mile," this encapsulates the bustling pedestrian full shopping areas of Sauchiehall Street, Buchanan Street and Argyle Street. These high streets provide the public a variety of shops and options depending on requirements. Home Report Value: £140,000 Tax Band: C For further information and to arrange a viewing please contact Hannah Rose McBride: E: email@example.com T: 0141 471 7074 M: 0756 118 9973 Identification will be required from interested persons/ parties at a later stage in line with Money Laundering Regulations. We aim to for property particulars and sales adverts to be fair, accurate and reliable however they are only a general guide and encourage interested parties to clarify any points of importance with us. Sizes are approximate and indented for general guidance only. We recommend interested persons/ parties to check the services, equipment or appliances in the property before making a formal offer. These particulars do not constitute representation of fact or form part of any offer or contract. The information referred to in the these particulars should be verified by prospective buyers or tenants. CitRes nor its employees or agent have the authority to give any warranty in relation to this advert.
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