Of­fers over 280k

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AT the heart of the St Vin­cent Cres­cent Con­ser­va­tion Area within Fin­nieston is the long ser­pen­tine ter­race that forms the blonde sand­stone cres­cent de­signed by the Glas­gow ar­chi­tect Alexan­der Kirk­land in 1850 be­fore he trans­ferred to the States to con­tinue his work.

Over­look­ing bowl­ing greens, St Vin­cent Cres­cent is the un­doubted lead­ing light in the area’s prop­erty mar­ket.

Num­ber 68 is a rarely avail­able dou­ble­fronted main door con­ver­sion that high­lights the ar­chi­tec­tural fea­tures of the era – large rooms with high ceil­ings, big win­dows and or­nate plas­ter­work. A spa­cious re­cep­tion halls leads to all apart­ments – strik­ing 21ft liv­ing room with two al­most full- height south-fac­ing win­dows, large din­ing kitchen fit­ted with con­tem­po­rary units and ap­pli­ances, tiled bath­room and three large dou­ble bed­room – the master on the other side of the front door, which like the liv­ing room, ben­e­fits from two huge south-fac­ing win­dows.

In ad­di­tion to pri­vate main door ac­cess, the hall also has a door to the com­mu­nal close and at­trac­tive rear gar­den – and on-street per­mit park­ing within a peace­ful cul-de-sac with no through traf­fic.

Ide­ally sit­u­ated for lo­cal shops, del­i­catessens, wine bars, restau­rants and trans­port links (road, rail and un­der­ground), the prop­erty is for sale with Pacitti Jones’ West End of­fice at of­fers over £280,000.

STRIK­ING: The 21ft liv­ing room has two al­most full-height south-fac­ing win­dows.

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