A magnificent example of its kind and of a style that rarely reaches the open market, this elegant First Floor Georgian Apartment will make an outstanding home. Within a handsome B listed terrace designed by Scottish architect John Burnett, this property oozes period character and charm whilst offering a luxurious, modern standard of living.
Retaining plenty of original features such as ornate cornicing and ceiling roses, stunning original Italian marble fireplaces, working shutters and large sash and case windows that flood the property with natural light throughout the day.
Westminster Terrace is a prime address positioned on Sauchiehall Street opposite Royal Crescent, very close to Kelvingrove Park and on the fringe of both the West End and City Centre. Everything is on your doorstep; from the vast array of trendy shops bars and restaurants in Finnieston, Argyle Street, to excellent public transport links giving easy access to both the heart of the West End and the City Centre. This apartment comes with its own private off street parking space and will make an ideal base for commuting.
The internal accommodation comprises; grand entrance hallway with hardwood flooring that flows into a phenomenal formal lounge with feature log burning stove, original fire surround and two large windows to front. The dining kitchen is set to the rear of the building and has quality modern wall and floor units, integrated appliances and plenty of space for a dining table and chairs; a great space for entertaining. There are three well-proportioned double bedrooms of which the master bedroom has a further original fireplace and a large en-suite shower room with three piece suite. Completing the accommodation is a guest bathroom with white three piece suite and chrome fittings.
The specification of the property includes gas central heating and security controlled entrance. A notable feature is the allocated parking space to the rear of the building. There is also use of a large storage cupboard on the ground floor. Truly one of a kind and not to be missed.
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