£100,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|28 July 2017||£54,000||£9,222|
|22 July 2005||£63,222||N/A|
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This superb flat is nestled within a well-established and highly sought-after pocket of the Southside. Stylishly decorated and lovingly maintained, it would make the perfect home for a first-time buyer or, indeed, the ideal turn-key opportunity for buy-to-let investors.
This well presented, top-floor residence comprises: a welcoming reception hallway with generous storage; a stunning, high-ceilinged lounge with ornate cornicing, high quality flooring and light flooding into the dining space by the charming bay window; a stylish bathroom in the traditional tenement style with a modern electric shower positioned over the bath, a cleverly-designed, internal kitchen with ample storage in the form of both base and wall units; a generous double bedroom with high-ceilings, excellent cupboard space. Period charm meets modern comfort in this property, as it benefits from gas central heating and a secure entry system at street level.
There is also a most appealing communal area to the rear, and an added advantage to living on Calder Street is that it offers ample on-street parking. Moreover, this property is ideally positioned to make the most of all the vibrant Southside has to offer: a variety of shops on the nearby Victoria Road cater to daily requirements and Shawlands lies within easy walking distance, offering an exciting array of excellent bars and cosmopolitan restaurants, as well as countless shops, banks and other useful amenities. Public transport services by both bus and rail from Queens Park station run on a frequent basis allowing quick access to Glasgow City Centre and other surrounding areas. The M8, M74 and M77 motorways are also easily accessible, and recreational activities can be found at the nearby Queens Park. This desirable flat must be seen to be fully appreciated and will not be on the market for long; view now to avoid disappointment.
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