£575,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|27 June 2022||£700,000||£291,975|
|15 August 2014||£408,025||£49,025|
|11 January 2013||£359,000||£14,000|
|28 October 2011||£345,000||N/A|
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STUNNING BLONDE SANDSTONE TOWNHOUSE CONVERSION WITH 2 EN SUITE DOUBLE BEDROOMS SET ON THE PREFERRED 1ST FLOOR WITH SOME OF THE FINEST VIEWS AND SET IN ONE OF THE MOST SOUGHT AFTER ADDRESSES IN GLASGOW.
Locally you will find an unrivalled, eclectic gathering of bespoke eateries on Argyle Street & Sauchiehall Street which is somewhat of a phenomenon with culinary accolades landing on the doorstep of several now renowned eating destinations. This attractive strip is balanced well with some excellent specialist shopping, supermarkets and very quick access to Kelvingrove Park. The established Byres Road area is just a short walk and both Charing Cross and The Exhibition Centre train stations are both just a short walk with Charing Cross offering routes north, south, east and west for the commuter.
This majestic building forms part of one of the most iconic terraces in Glasgow and enjoys some of the finest urban and parkland views this side of the country. The entrance is befitting of a 19th century townhouse and the communal entrance hall and stairwell will certainly not disappoint. The accommodation comprises; reception hall with storage and wc, the drawing room is nothing short of magnificent and only surpassed by the spellbinding views over the city which are vast and everchanging. There are double doors to the dining room which is open plan to the impressive kitchen with island and enjoys the same open views. To the rear there are 2 fantastic en suite double bedrooms with fitted storage. This period conversion benefits from a modern system of gas central heating and the windows are replacement sash and case double glazing. Along with the views, the space and natural light really set this home apart together with the incredibly convenient location.
Properties of this size, standard and position are incredibly rare to the market.
Early viewing advised.
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