702 sq ft(65.22 sq m)
Offers over £190,000

16 Cecil StreetGlasgow, G12 8RQ

  • Sold

Key features

  • Sold in August 2019
  • Basement apartment in a desirable West End location
  • Open plan sitting room / kitchen with bay window
  • Well appointment modern kitchen with integrated appliances
  • Two double bedrooms with built in wardrobes

A two bedroom apartment on a sought after street in the heart of Glasgow's West End.

About this property

  • 16 Cecil Street is a fantastic period townhouse that has been converted to a number of high spec apartments and would be appealing to a host of potential buyers.

    The accommodation comprises security entry into the private communal hallway which leads to the main door of the property and then a welcoming reception hall once inside. Off the reception hall there is a spacious open plan sitting room/kitchen complemented by an attractive bay window overlooking the garden; the well-appointed modern kitchen with built in appliances blends perfectly and adds to the already stylish look of the space. There are two double bedrooms both with built in wardrobes; the master also boasts an en suite shower room. The main bathroom is beautifully decorated and has a separate bath and shower enclosure.

    Further benefits include gas central heating, double glazing and the enviable West End location.

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This is a brilliant two bedroom garden apartment. Just a few minute's walk to the bustle of Byers Road and Ashton Lane. Close by Hillhead Subway means you can be in Glasgow City centre in around 10 minutes making this the ideal West end property.

Peter WalkerProperty agent

Local information

  • Cecil Street forms part of Glasgow's highly desirable West End. It is within close proximity to the hustle and bustle of Byres Road and Great Western Road, both widely regarded as the two main hubs of the West End, offering a number of fine restaurants, along with numerous stylish cafés and bars including those in renowned Ashton Lane such as Brel, Jinty McGinty's and The Ubiquitous Chip. There are plenty of on-trend independent shops such as jewellery maker Nancy Smillie, plus supermarkets including Marks & Spencer and Waitrose. It is an ideal location for those looking to study or work at Glasgow University and provides underground services from the recently refurbished Hillhead station.

Additional information

  • EPC Rating = C