£120,000 Fixed price
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|17 February 2017||£92,000||N/A|
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Offered to the market is this traditional main door flat located close to the heart of Helensburgh. Properties such as this rarely come to market, it would make and ideal for both first time buyers and those looking to downsize. Viewing is highly recommended.
The accommodation comprises a hallway which gives access to all the apartment. The lounge is to the front of the property. The kitchen is to the rear and features a range of both wall and floor mounted units with ample worktop space with tiled splash back and a built-in high spec induction electric hob and fan oven with extractor hood over. In addition, there is plumbing for a washing machine. There are two double bedrooms and the bathroom which is fitted with a three-piece white suite comprising a wc, wash hand basin and bath with shower over.
There is ample storage space with a large cupboard in the hallway and cellar under the property, accessed from the rear.
Further enhancements include gas central heating and double glazing.
The coastal town of Helensburgh offers an excellent quality of life and is very handy for excellent primary and secondary schools. Ideal for commuting, it is in close proximity to the railway station and just 40 minutes from Glasgow City Centre by train. The town provides a good range of shops, supermarket, a selection of restaurants, bars, cafes and coffee shops. Local churches, pier, leisure centre, cinema, swimming pool and public parks. There are also a selection of sports and recreational facilities to be found within the town include rugby, tennis, cricket, squash, bowling, golf, and sailing clubs.
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