0/1, 37, Elliot Street, Finnieston, Glasgow, G3 8GH
Fixed Price £169,995 | 2 Bedroom Flat / Apartment
About the property
Enjoying a prime corner position this superb luxury apartment should not fail to impress upon inspection.
Benefitting from an excellent location within the much sought after and vibrant Finnieston district of Glasgow this generously proportioned and elevated ground floor apartment is sure to appeal to both the professional and investor markets alike.
Presented in walk-in order having benefitted from a recently completed cosmetic upgrade by the existing owner, this attractive modern apartment provides a bright and generously proportioned interior.
Comprising shared entrance with video security entry system, private and welcoming reception hallway, stunning corner positioned lounge and spacious open-plan fitted kitchen/dining area.
The accommodation boasts two attractive double bedrooms, one master with en-suite shower, and a second well-equipped bathroom.
It is further enhanced with a fresh and neutral decorative theme of light tones, electric heating and double-glazed windows.
The building has recently been renovated, with the both the exterior and communal areas also repainted. The property has the additional benefit of secure underground parking accessed via an electric gate, as well as a communal roof terrace.
This property is conveniently located a stone’s throw from the heart of vibrant Finnieston which has grown considerably in popularity over the last few years to become one of Glasgow's most sought after locations to live.
The area is equidistant between the city centre and the West End and is renowned for a wide selection of reputable restaurants, cafes and bars.
There are superb public transport links together with ease of access to the central belt motorway network. Also on hand are two leisure clubs and the SSE Hydro – Scotland's home of live entertainment.
Kelvingrove Park is easily accessible and offers a wonderful outdoor amenity for all ages, while the property is walking distance from both the University of Glasgow and the University of Strathclyde.
The energy performance for this property in Band D