Offers over £175,000
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Occupying a revered position within Broomhill, and presenting a superb opportunity for first time buyers, young professionals and property investors alike, this classic one bedroom period flat boasting a dining sized kitchen and a wealth of original period features.
Retaining a preferred top floor position within a commanding sandstone building, the apartment benefits from a secure door entry system, gas fired central heating system with combination boiler and double glazed windows throughout.
This most attractive period home benefits from a well maintained residents garden to the rear of the building which provides both drying facilities and refuse stores.
The accommodation on offer comprises: inviting reception hallway with large store cupboard; immediately impressive front facing lounge with bay window formation, operational coal fire and large open recess; dining sized kitchen comprising a range of floor and wall mounted units and adjacent scullery; front facing double bedroom with built-in wardrobes and to complete the overall accommodation there is bathroom comprising a three piece suite with over bath shower.
This is a wonderful example of a period town flat pitched perfectly for buyers seeking the opportunity to put their mark on a traditional period flat located within arguably the most desirable stretch of Crow Road.
EER – Band C
This superb period flat resides within a much-desired tenement addresses located in the Broomhill area of Glasgow’s vibrant West End. It is situated within the locally acknowledged preferred stetch of Crow Road and is within a short walking distance of Hyndland Road and Dumbarton Road where a wide variety of cafes, bars, restaurants and local convenience shops can be found. An abundance of further amenities are only a short distance away on Byres Road and at Anniesland Cross. A regular bus service operates along Crow Road and Hyndland railway station is only a few minutes’ walk from the flat offering a regular direct train service to Glasgow City Centre and Edinburgh. From Crow Road one can gain access to the Clydeside Expressway, giving direct entry into the city centre or through the Clyde Tunnel linking with the M8 motorway network.
Whilst the property details have been prepared with due care and attention, it must not be regarded as a report on the condition of the property. The details are believed to be correct however their accuracy can not be guaranteed and they do not form part of a contract. Floorplans are for illustration purposes only and may not be to scale while all room measurements have been taken from the longest and widest points.