Stunning 4 bed Park duplex apartment
7 Park Circus Place is a Grade A Listed blonde sandstone building with slate roof. It has been meticulously re-developed and converted into high specification apartments. This impressive duplex occupies the ground and lower ground portion of the former townhouse and is accessed via a bright communal hallway.
The main reception rooms are situated off a welcoming entrance hall with the spacious sitting room situated to the front of the property boasting beautiful features including a fireplace and cornicing, with full height windows offering an open outlook to the front. There is a second reception area located on a mezzanine level with glass balustrade overlooking the kitchen.
This is a versatile space and could be used as an extra bedroom or home office if required. The impressive dining kitchen is beautifully laid out with a large sash and case window looking to the rear. The contemporary fitted design has wall mounted cabinetry and appliances along with a central breakfast island with stainless steel sink and induction hub.
A turned timber staircase with a lovely glass balustrade leads down to the garden level off the hallway. The principal suite has plenty of built in storage and a luxurious en suite bathroom. Bedrooms two and three also benefit from built in storage and modern en suite shower rooms. Bedroom three is currently being used as a games room. Bedroom four can be used as a study and leads to the outdoor sitting area at the rear. An additional WC and handy utility room complete the living accommodation.
Externally the home benefits from an outdoor area to the rear and a superb front courtyard with an infrared patio heater and shelter.
The look and finish within this home is exceptional. The main reception rooms have exquisite herringbone parquet flooring throughout, high quality fixtures and fittings and all bathrooms are by Porcelanosa.
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An absolutely stunning property within one of the most desirable locations in GlasgowPeter Walker