Fantastic opportunity to purchase this one bedroom flat situated on the first floor of this traditional tenement building. The property is located in the Govanhill area of Glasgow’s southside, a popular location with high demand for rental properties.
The property is accessed through the common entrance and compromises of; an entrance hallway, shower room, a double bedroom, kitchen with appliances, and a spacious lounge to the front. The property has a secured door entry system and a communal garden to the rear.
The property is currently occupied by a tenant paying £450 per calendar month. This is an ideal investment for a buy to let landlord looking to add to an existing portfolio, interest on this property is due to be high.
3.42m x 4.76m
2.26m x 1.68m
3.03m x 3.27m
1.7m x 2.4m
1.7m x 0.91m
0.78m x 1.74m
The Govanhill area in the south side of Glasgow offers a vibrant community and remains a popular residential location. The local area offers a wide range of retail and leisure facilities with a variety of shops, bars, cafes and restaurants all within easy reach. The area also benefits from excellent road and rail links to Glasgow city centre as well as offering easy access to the M8, M77 and M74 motorways.
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