£115,000 Offers over
1 Bedroom 2nD Floor City Centre Apartment
Traditional one bedroom apartment in this Renaissance designed building in the very heart of Glasgow’s City Centre.
Originally a textile warehouse which was converted to residential use in the late 1980’s, this second floor flat does require a degree of upgrading which is reflected in the asking price.Suitable for a wide variety of buyers this apartment could suit the buy to let investor, first time buyer, a professional individual or couple.
The property can be entered by security door entry then stair or lift giving access to the second floor at which there is a centre atrium, a stunning garden feature rising throughout the centre of the building.
The property benefits from reception hall with storage cupboard off and access off to all apartments, generously proportioned living space with windows onto the front, fitted kitchen with a range of wall and base storage units, double bedroom with fitted wardrobe units, internal bathroom. There is also a large storage cupboard adjacent to flat. There is electric heating and timber sash and case double glazing windows.
The apartment further benefits from, high ceilings in the lounge and bedroom giving an air of space and light to both rooms
The apartment location gives access to council permit parking.
This property sits in a fabulous position in the heart of Glasgow City Centre with its many restaurants, bars and theatres and designer stores on the doorstep. In addition to this, shopping malls at St Enoch Centre and Buchanan Galleries are within easy walking distance, as are train stations at Queen Street and Central Station. Buchannan Bus station is also nearby.
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