|96 Morningside Street, Glasgow, G33 2LT
|Offers Over £110,000
Beautifully presented, two-bedroom, traditional upper villa, with private garden and driveway. Located in the established residential area of Carntyne, northeast of Glasgow city centre. A welcoming entrance opens into the carpeted stairs leading to the upper hall which gives access throughout the property, including a storage cupboard. Set to the front, with a large bay window allowing plentiful natural light, the spacious living room features carpeted flooring, spotlighting, an open-press with shelves and a wall-mount TV point. Also set to the front, the kitchen has a deep built-in cupboard with a window and a further built-in cupboard providing superb storage provision, whilst modern fitted units include stone effect worktops with matching upstands and a sink with drainer. Appliances include an integrated oven and a gas hob with an extractor hood, and a freestanding washing machine. Set to the rear, with a southerly aspect, bedroom one is finished in light neutral decor, and features four fitted wardrobes, carpeted flooring and a wall-mount TV point, whilst a further carpeted bedroom is also set to the rear. Completing the accommodation, the bathroom is fitted with a modern three-piece suite including an electric shower over the bath, marble effect wall panelling and a ladder-style radiator.
Situated east of Glasgow City Centre, Carntyne is a residential area offering a variety of coffee shops, restaurants, traditional pubs and trendy craft beer bars. Everyday amenities can be found locally in the area, with a Tesco Extra, Morrison’s, Lidl and Co-Op, as well as a Costco and fresh food markets a little further afield. Nearby Glasgow Merchant City offers a further wealth of amenities including both general and specialist shopping, designer names, art galleries, museums, superb architecture, and fashionable bars and restaurants. Schooling at all levels is well provided for, and there are a number of golf courses, parks, and open green spaces for outdoor recreation. With good public transport throughout, including Duke Street and Alexandra Parade railway stations, the area has easy access to the M8 for connections to outer Glasgow and the larger motorway network.
Council Tax Band: B