£650,000 Offers over
Enjoying a central location within Muirend, six miles to the south of Glasgow City Centre, this superb site is ideally placed for potential residential development having had a previous planning application recommended for approval in in 2006 (Ref: 06/03586/DC) for 30 units subject to satisfactory Section 75/69 Agreements. Formerly used as a snooker hall the site sits on Muirend Avenue close to both Clarkston Road and Merrylee Road and within a ten minute walk of Muirend Rail Station.
The G44 postcode is one of the most highly regarded postcodes in Scotland encompassing not only Muirend but the notable local areas of Clarkston, Giffnock and Newlands. The locale provides an eclectic array of bars and restaurants whilst there are a number of day-to-day and national retail outlets within close proximity. The surrounding area is well known for its high quality education in primary and secondary schooling and a number of private schools also within the immediate vicinity. For the commuter there is regular seven day bus and rail services to Glasgow City centre, with nearby motorway networks giving easy access throughout central Scotland.
This opportunity is sure to interest a range of residential developers and interested parties are encouraged to note interest with us as early as possible and make their own enquiries to Glasgow City Council as to the development potential of the site.
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