29th Jul 2021
3rd Sep 2021
- Listing status: sale
- Country: Scotland
5 Lynedoch Place is a wonderful B listed, blonde sandstone townhouse and Flat 1 is a stunning garden flat with private outdoor space to the front of the property.
Finding a property in this area with the style and outdoor living space, in not easy, so when one as good as this comes along, be sure and not miss the opportunity to view.
This is an exceptional, two bedroomed, garden flat, enjoying a delightful situation within the desirable, residential area of Park, close to Charing Cross and within easy reach of the city centre and West End.
Offering a generously proportioned internal layout, this stunning flat has been extensively upgraded and is presented to a high standard throughout.
The building is initially entered via a secure entry system into a well maintained, traditional residents’ hallway with storage space. The apartment accommodation consists of; reception hall leading to semi open plan kitchen/living space to the front of the property. Two good sized double bedrooms, the master with ensuite. The bedroom to the front of the property opens out into a very well maintained outdoor seating area, perfect for entertaining. Finally, there is a very stylish family bathroom.
In addition, the property benefits from gas central heating, hard wood flooring, carpeting throughout, residents' parking to the rear and residents' permit parking is available to request via Glasgow City Council.
Located off Woodlands Road via Lynedoch Street or Woodlands Gate, Lynedoch Place, is well placed for public transport, the surrounding amenities and also with ease of access to the M8 via Charing Cross junction. The city centre is also within easy reach. Equally the many and varied amenities of Finnieston and The West End are also within easy reach. Kelvingrove Park and Glasgow University are also nearby.
Arguably the most sought after and desirable location in Glasgow, is the Park.
The Park District area is bordered by the City Centre, Kelvingrove Park and Woodlands. Park Circus was built between 1855 and 1863. Many of the area’s large townhouses which were converted to offices during the latter half of the 20th century are being returned to residential use. It was declared a Conservation Area in 1970.
One of the main attributes of the Park area is the accessibility of both the West End’s and City Centre’s wide range of amenities. Park offers a leafy tranquil surrounding, yet is only minutes from access to the M8 at Charing Cross.
There is excellent local and private schooling in the area and an underground station at Kelvinbridge. It is also an ideal location for those looking to study at Glasgow University.
EPC rating: C.
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