- Grade B Listed One bedroom 1930’s character apartment set in heart of Glasgow
- Underfloor Gas Central heating, Double Glazing
- City Centre location
- Sleeps 4
Originally built in 1938 as a hotel for visitors to Glasgow’s Empire Exhibition, The Beresford was Glasgow’s tallest building of its time and embodied as much then as it does today. Balmore Lettings are delighted to offer this beautiful third floor apartment. It is located at the top end of Glasgow’s Sauchiehall Street, set in a prime position to take full advantage of a number of Glasgow’s many amenities including a fine selection of bars, restaurants and transport links. Given the fantastic location, quality of the property and the fantastic price this property is a no brainer over using a 5* hotel
The property comprises of a security entry system via a feature revolving door offering access into a stunning bespoke designed communal reception hallway and mezzanine level, lifts and stair access to all levels. The main reception hallway offers access to all rooms within, to include a spacious open plan lounge dining kitchen, with the kitchen area having a selection of integrated appliances as well as offering a good range of wall and floor mounted units. This room is complete with wood effect and twin picture windows allowing floods of light into this space. It also offers space for dining as well as space for relaxing. The property continues to impress with a generous sized double bedroom benefiting from fitted carpet and glass fronted wardrobes, with additional space for free standing furnishings. Completing the property there is an upgraded three piece shower room incorporating a walk in shower cubical and fitted vanity unit finished with tile flooring.
In addition this property has underfloor gas central heating, double glazing and good storage. On the mezzanine level there is access to a contemporary communal courtyard area. The property has a number of contemporary features throughout including downlighters in the hallway and kitchen.
Located at the top end of Sauchiehall Street there is direct access to a fine selection of bars and restaurants and indeed the afore mentioned public transport is available by bus and rail with Charing Cross Station offering access around the City and subway link offering direct access to West End. The M8 Motorway Network will take the commuter to Stirling, Edinburgh City Centres and Glasgow’s International Airport and beyond. Higher Education is available at Strathclyde and Caledonian Universities both located in the City Centre. Glasgow University is located in the West End and Glasgow Art School is located in Garnethill which is behind the development.