Flat 1/1, 35 Whitehill Street, Glasgow, G31 2LW

1 Bed Flat - Others with 1 Reception Room

Sale history

£171,200 in October 2023

The property

Home Report Value £160,000. McEwan Fraser Legal is delighted to present this charming, spacious, one-bedroom tenement flat. It is a fantastic opportunity for anyone seeking a comfortable and convenient living space and also has great potential to be converted to a two-bedroom dwelling with an en-suite. It is located in a historic and sought-after neighbourhood, this property boasts classic tenement features, such as high ceilings, original mouldings, and new large windows through out that flood the space with natural light. As you enter the flat, you'll find a welcoming hallway that leads to all apartments. The living room is perfect for entertaining guests or relaxing after a long day. The kitchen is fully equipped with modern appliances and plenty of storage space, making it a joy to cook and entertain in. The bedroom is generously sized and provides a peaceful retreat for a good night's sleep. The room also features ample storage, including a large wardrobe, to help keep your space tidy and organized. The bathroom is bright and modern, with a bath and shower combo, and contemporary fixtures and fittings. This tenement flat is perfectly situated for easy access to local amenities, including shops, cafes, and restaurants. It also benefits from excellent transport links, with bus and train stations nearby, making it easy to explore the rest of the city. Overall, this charming one-bedroom tenement flat is a wonderful opportunity for anyone looking for a comfortable, convenient, and characterful living space in a prime location.

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