£104,995 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|20 June 2017||£110,000||£18,000|
|6 June 2012||£92,000||£21,000|
|10 February 2003||£71,000||N/A|
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Superb ground floor flat occupying a prime position within a traditional sandstone tenement building. The extremely commodious apartment is close to primary and secondary schools, shopping and public transport, with several bus lines and the Springburn train station within walking distance. There is also easy road access to Glasgow City Centre and the Central Belt motorway network.
The spacious and flexible accommodation is well maintained and presented and retains several period features including ceiling cornicing and centre rose. Entrance vestibule leads into spacious welcoming hallway with all apartments off including fitted storage. The large, bright lounge has bay window to front, original cornicing, ceiling rose and laminate flooring. The master bedroom also faces the front and has shower room in former cupboard, with walk in shower, vanity sink and wet wall panelling. The second double bedroom has rear view. The substantial dining sized kitchen is fitted with a range of floor and wall mounted units with complimentary wooden worktops, tiling between units, a spacious dining area and window to rear. The bathroom has white three-piece suite with wet wall panelling and original pulley.
Further enhanced by gas central heating, double glazing and security entry the property also has shared rear garden grounds.
Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the feel and ambiance of this special period flat and all it has to offer.
EPC = D
Lounge 17’6” (into bay) x 10’10”
Bedroom 1 15’4” x 9’10”
Bedroom 2 17’6” x 9’2”
Kitchen 12’1” x 10’10”
Dining area 6’1” x 4’1”
Bathroom 14’3” x 4’6”
(All measurements are approximate and are taken at longest and widest points)
Superb traditional sandstone flat
Impressive bright large lounge
Two Double bedrooms one with shower and vanity sink off
Modern fitted kitchen with spacious dining area
Bathroom with white suite
Gas central heating, double glazing & security entry
Desirable location close to Springburn Park
Communal rear garden grounds
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