£129,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|20 June 2003||£79,017||N/A|
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A spacious and traditional, two bedroom first floor flat in close proximity to local amenities and services within the surrounding area.
At present the flexible and generous accommodation comprises:
Controlled security door entry system. Well-kept and illuminated communal entrance with stair access to all levels. Broad reception hallway with storage. Bright and spacious sitting room with feature fireplace. Kitchen, with floor standing and wall mounted units. Bedroom one with cupboard space. Bedroom two. A bathroom completes the overall accommodation.
The property is further complemented by a gas central heating and double glazing. Well kept rear courts with bin store facilities.
Mount Florida is well served by train and bus services to the city centre and surrounding areas and offers a good selection independent shops, art studio and popular restaurants including MalaCarne, Sapori D'Italia and Hooked. The neighbouring suburbs of Shawlands, Langside, Queen’s Park and Muirend provide a broad range of excellent shopping facilities, supermarkets, restaurants, bars and numerous recreational facilities.
Nearby Silverburn shopping centre provides an extensive range of shops, restaurants, cinema complex and supermarkets. There are a number of golf courses in the area and a selection of local health clubs.
Nearby Queen’s Park is a beautiful Sir Robert Paxton creation which offers something for everyone, from manicured lawns, sport and recreational facilities, community events throughout the year, boating pond, glasshouse and extensive views across the City towards the Campsie Hills and Ben Lomond.
Linn Park is the second largest park in the city. It has a variety of activities including a golf course and several children’s play areas. The extensive grounds offer woodland and river walks. Holmwood House, which was designed by one of Scotland's greatest Classical architects, Alexander "Greek" Thomson (1817 - 1875) is situated within the park and maintained by the National Trust for Scotland. Pollok Country Park is also within easy reach.
The M8/M77 provides commuter links to the City Centre, Glasgow Airport and along with the Southern Orbital provides an excellent connection to the Central Scotland motorway network.
EPC - Band C
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