3 bedroom flat for saleCook Street, Tradeston, Glasgow
Sold STC £165,000
Much changed from back when Glasgow was the Second City of Empire and the Eglinton Engine Works made sugar beet machinery for far flung outposts this significant traditional building of 1855 is now swish luxury apartments and this large three bedroom first floor flat, with original features, is in a great setting. The unique location, represents the gateway to both the city and the south side.
This stylish triplex apartment is in beautifully restored period building, completed to a high standard with quality finishes throughout, gas central heating, double glazed and set with access from a exceptionally well maintained communal courtyard area which provides residents' and guests parking. The principal accommodation is accessed from a security controlled entrance door leading into generously proportioned lounge with two sectional and arched windows to front, on split level riser to dining room which is open through to quality fitted kitchen with a full range of appliances including oven, hob, extractor, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine and tumble dryer. There are three bedrooms, master bedroom with well appointed en-suite shower room and principal bathroom.
EER Band B
• 3 Bedrooms
• Living Room
• Kitchen/Dining Room
• Resident Parking
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