Seldom available, a well presented and spacious two bedroom first floor apartment positioned within the popular Hazelden Park development, built by Dickie Homes, close to local shops, supermarkets and Muirend Train Station.
This apartment enjoys south westerly aspects from the sit out balcony, affording pleasant tree lined aspects over Muirend Playing Fields
A secure controlled entry system leads to a well-kept and illuminated communal carpeted entrance. Stair and elevator access to all levels.
The accommodation comprises:
A spacious and welcoming reception hallway with three good internal storage cupboards. Well presented and generous sitting room with patio doors opening to balcony with leafy aspects over the playing fields. A well appointed breakfasting kitchen fitted with a full complement of wall mounted and floor standing units and complementary worktop surfaces. Large principal bedroom with an ensuite shower room and fitted wardrobes. Bedroom two, again of double proportions, with fitted wardrobe. The bathroom completes the overall accommodation.
The property is complemented by private residents parking, gas central heating and double glazing.
Muirend offers a broad range of supermarkets, boutique shops, cafes and restaurants. The area is well served by regular train and bus services to the City Centre and the neighbouring suburbs of Clarkston, Shawlands, Langside and Giffnock which provide a broad range of excellent shopping facilities, supermarkets, fine restaurants, bars and numerous recreational facilities. Silverburn Shopping Centre provides an extensive range of shops, restaurants and supermarkets. There are a few golf courses in the area and a selection of local health clubs, including Pure Gym and Nuffield Health in Giffnock.
Linn Park is the second largest park in the city offering a wide variety of activities including an 18 hole golf course, children’s play area and its extensive grounds offer woodland and river walks. Holmwood House, situated within Linn Park was designed by one of Scotland's greatest classical architects, Alexander 'Greek' Thomson (1817-1875) it is now maintained by the National Trust for Scotland and is open for the public to view, and can also be hired for events.
The M77/M8 provides commuter access to the City Centre, Glasgow Airport and along with the Glasgow Southern Orbital provides an excellent connection to the Central Scotland motorway network as well as south, towards Ayrshire and Prestwick Airport.
EPC: Band C.
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