£90,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|16 June 2022||£103,000||£15,000|
|5 March 2018||£88,000||£1,500|
|1 December 2006||£86,500||£26,500|
|3 December 2003||£60,000||N/A|
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** CLOSING DATE SET FOR THURSDAY, 17TH MARCH AT 11 AM **
Spacious and well presented, flexible two-bedroom, triple-aspect upper villa, with a private rear garden, set on a residential street, located in the Castlemilk area, to the south of Glasgow city centre. A ground floor entrance hall leads to the mid-landing which affords access to the bathroom with a three-piece suite, an electric shower over the bath with a rainfall showerhead, tiled splash walls and a ladder-style radiator. Set to the rear, off the main hall, the lounge features wood effect flooring and a central light fitting, whilst set off the lounge the kitchen is fitted with modern units, wood effect worktops, a tiled surround, a sink with drainer, and an integrated oven and gas hob. Also, set off the lounge, with wood effect flooring extending from the lounge, a flexible dining room offers ample space for a further bedroom. Completing the accommodation, to the front, two double bedrooms are similarly well finished, featuring carpeted flooring and central light fittings, with bedroom one also offering a large bay window.
Castlemilk district is located in southern Glasgow, approximately four miles south of the city centre, to the west of Rutherglen. There is a good range of local amenities nearby including a Tesco superstore, Co-Op and an ASDA superstore further afield, along with local shopping, medical practices, schools at both primary and secondary levels. A number of recreational and sports facilities are available with Cathkin Braes offering mountain bike trails, a golf course and walking; as well as further golf courses at Linn Park and Kirk Hill; and country parks including King's Park within easy reach. There are several railway stations, with Croftfoot within easy reach, together with excellent public transport links, road links to the surrounding areas and the motorway network for travel throughout central Scotland.
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