Positioned at ground floor level in a popular Pollokshields address this traditional style townflat will appeal to a number of motivated buyers. The Kirkcaldy Road terrace originally dates from the early 1900s and a number of original features both internal and external are still evident today. The property features a log burning stove in the living room and is found in excellent order, nearby regular transport options and large public parks. Early inspection is imperative.
The accommodation includes: residents stairwell via audio door entry system, private vestibule through storm doors, broad reception hallway with storage adjacent and an impressive bay windowed living room including a lovely log burning stove. There are two double bedrooms (one to the front/one to the rear) and our clients have created a useful home office space using one of the hall cupboards. The fitted dining kitchen is found to the rear of the building including a walk-in pantry cupboard and a designated utility room housing white goods, boiler and a ceiling pulley. A modern three piece main house bathroom completes the accommodation, accessed from the main hallway with fitted cabinetry providing more storage.
The specification includes an audio door entry system, gas central heating, double glazing to the front and triple glazing to the rear. A number of traditional features are in situ including detailed ceiling plasterwork, moulded woodwork and decorative glass. An impressive/level rear garden is accessed from the common close and is shared with five other properties in the building. The front garden belongs to the property for sale and is hard landscaped with ease of maintenance in mind. The building is factored by Hacking & Paterson of 1 Newton Terrace in Glasgow.