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Located in the Tradeston area of Glasgow, Glasgow's diverse shopping opportunities and fine selection of bars, restaurants and cafes are within easy reach. The Quay is situated across the road offering further leisure and entertainment facilities.
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This stunning traditional sandstone building originally built by Bruce & Hay in the 1890's as The Scottish Co-operative Wholesale Society Headquarters in Glasgow, was later converted by Persimmon Homes into modern flats and is still a recognisable Glasgow landmark.
This contemporary first floor apartment encapsulates modern city living and is located within one of the City's most iconic and best known 'B' listed buildings. Benefitting from underground allocated parking, a residents gymnasium, and well-kept centralised communal courtyard, the property is accessed via secure entry into an elegant communal entrance with a grand stairway to all floors and lift, and many period features. The property itself comprises of entry hall with useful cupboard, a modern family bathroom, a double bedroom with built-in wardrobes, an open plan lounge with windows overlooking the communal courtyard and high ceilings, the well fitted kitchen incorporates a handy breakfast bar and benefits from a range of floor and wall units and integrated appliances. A mezzanine level offers the master bedroom with ensuite shower room and a walk-in wardrobe.
Public transport is available with both bus and rail, and West Street subway station offers commuter access to parts of the South Side, West End, Glasgow University and City Centre. There is easy access to the motorway network. Higher education is available in the city at Strathclyde and Caledonian Universities.