HD Video Available. Enjoying an enviable position within a peaceful, Hillhead address, this substantial four-bedroom, top floor tenement apartment offers bright, beautifully appointed accommodation, retains eye-catching traditional features and enjoys lovely open views over the surrounding roof tops towards the Campsie Fells & Dumgoyne.
Cecil Street enjoys a prominent, elevated position within the West End district of Hillhead, five minutes' walk from Byres Road. Despite it's highly central and convenient location, this is an extremely peaceful part of Glasgow which is known for its grand tenements and enviable proximity to Glasgow University. Hillhead is perfectly-placed for gaining quick, easy access to all West End amenities including restaurants, bars, coffee shops, boutiques and cafes. There is a Marks & Spencer and Waitrose supermarket within ten minutes of the property's front door as well as George Mewes Cheese, Glasgow's Fish Plaice (fishmonger) & Rogers Butcher. Hillhead and Kelvinbridge Underground Stations are extremely close-by and Great Western Road offers multiple bus links into the city centre and beyond.
The home for sale is held within a beautiful blonde sandstone tenement which has been maintained to an excellent standard by the appointed factor. The building has a secure entrance which gives access to a bright and tidy communal hall and stairway. At the rear of the building there is a neat resident's garden with refuse storage area and a traditional 'drying green'. The home for sale is positioned on the third/top level and is accessed through the left-hand doorway when you arrive on the upper level.
As you will see from the attached photographs and HD video, this is a bright, impressive apartment which offers commodious accommodation which would be well-suited to a professional couple or indeed a growing West End family. The property's top floor position places it above the roof tops of the buildings opposite, providing fabulous open views towards Dowanhill and off towards the Campsie Fells to the North West of the city. The property is full of original features including ornate ceiling coving, ceiling roses, deep bold skirtings and mouldings. In brief the accommodation extends to; fabulous L-shaped reception hall, bay window living room with fireplace, large dining room which is also used as a home library and study, broad dining kitchen with attractive shaker-style units, butcher block work surfaces and stainless steel cooker, impressive principal bedroom with tiled en-suite shower room, two further double-sized bedrooms which can both accommodate double beds and home study desks and finally a well-appointed family bathroom completes the accommodation. EPC Band - D
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||£89,000 (1)||£155,000 (1)||£231,236 (4)||£310,000 (1)||£850,000 (1)|
|Flats||£151,500 (24)||£204,461 (39)||£279,619 (21)||-||-|
|All||£149,000 (25)||£203,225 (40)||£271,878 (25)||£310,000 (1)||£850,000 (1)|