£225,000 Offers over
|Selling Date||Selling Price||Value change|
|7 April 2022||£267,000||£77,000|
|20 April 2018||£190,000||£38,500|
|15 November 2013||£151,500||N/A|
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** CLOSING DATE SET FOR MONDAY, 14TH FEB AT 12 NOON **
Immaculately presented, three-bedroom, semi-detached family home with a garage and private gardens. Set in a quiet residential area, the property is conveniently located in Paisley, close to local amenities and transport links. The entrance hall has contemporary wood-effect flooring, gives access to the carpeted stairs leading to the first floor, and opens into the bright and well proportioned reception rooms. With ample room for lounge furniture, the front-set living room is semi-open plan to the dining room to the rear, where there are patio doors leading out to the garden. To the side of the dining room, a spacious and bright kitchen is fitted with modern, high gloss units, wood-effect worktops with a matching upstand, and a stainless steel sink. The kitchen includes integrated appliances including a double electric oven and gas hob with an extractor hood above, with an American-style fridge/freezer available by negotiation. The adjoining utility room features matching kitchen units, a sink, and space for further white goods, and affords access to the modern WC and to the garden. Upstairs, bedroom one is set to the front and features carpeted flooring and a built-in wardrobe with sliding mirrored doors, whilst bedroom two also includes carpeted flooring and a built-in wardrobe. Single bedroom three may be used flexibly as a study, and the family bathroom has tiled flooring, a modern three-piece suite with a mains rainfall showerhead over the bath, and tiled splash walls.
Lying to the west of central Glasgow, the former weaving town of Paisley offers numerous shops and retail opportunities such as Braehead Shopping Centre and numerous supermarkets throughout. Local leisure amenities include the Lagoon Leisure Centre, Paisley Museum and Art Gallery, and numerous parks and sports clubs, with the extensive Gleniffer Braes Country Park for outdoor recreation within easy reach. Schooling is well catered for at all levels from nursery, primary and secondary schools, up to the Paisley campus of The University of the West of Scotland. Paisley is ideally suited for the commuter, with the M8 motorway and further road networks giving easy access to Glasgow city centre and central Scotland, with good bus services and three railway stations serving the area. Paisley is also extremely well-placed for access to Glasgow International Airport.
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