£270,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|12 January 2017||£315,000||£65,000|
|12 July 2013||£250,000||N/A|
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A beautifully presented Mews cottage situated within one of the West End’s premier addresses.
Botanic Crescent is a beautiful tree lined crescent, extremely well situated for access to shops, cafes Kelvin Walkway and amenities on Queen Margaret Drive, Hyndland Road and Cleveden Road. A wider selection can be found on Byres Road and Great Western Road.
An attached mews cottage, developed in 2006 and set within this popular leafy district of Glasgow’s West End.
This home is accessed via a controlled secure entry to a well maintained period residents’ hallway, which in turns leads to a courtyard providing main door access to each individual mews.
The property affords accommodation formed over two levels and comprises:
Ground Floor: Immediately impressive open plan sitting room/ dining/ kitchen. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall mounted and floor standing units, integrated appliances and complimentary worktop surfaces. The Sitting room has a stunning feature fireplace and glass balustrade staircase to the upper level. A downstairs WC completes the lower level.
First Floor: Bedroom one with built in fitted wardrobes and ensuite bathroom with twin wash hand basins and bath with shower over. Bedroom two, which is also of a double size, benefits from fitted wardrobes. House shower room with three piece white suite and Porcelanosa tiling.
The property is further complimented with gas central heating and double glazing. Private resident’s grounds and private off street parking accessed via an electric gate.
The area benefits from having excellent local facilities with a diverse range of shops, supermarket facilities, Botanic Gardens, Glasgow University and convenient commuting distances into the centre of Glasgow either by car or train. The open countryside is also accessible with the West Highland Way starting in Milngavie as well as numerous local golf courses and Mugdock Country Park.
The nearby Clydeside Expressway, Clyde Tunnel and the M8 ensure easy access to neighbouring business districts and some of Scotland’s most impressive countryside attractions, including Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park.
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