Howard Street, Merchant City, G1
2 Bedroom For Sale
Glasgow, Glasgow City
Offers Over £285,000
AddressHoward Street, Glasgow
PriceOffers Over £285,000
TenureThe tenure information has not been provided:
- High Specification Finish Throughout
- Private Parking Space
- City Centre Location
- Harwood Walnut Floors
- Luxurious Kitchen
Property DescriptionCLOSING DATE SET - WEDNESDAY 24th November - 12noon
Yates Hellier are delighted to bring 'The Subirach' Penthouse apartment to the market. This bright and spacious two bedroom penthouse apartment set within the landmark 'B' Listed building and benefits from private underground allocated parking and an unmatched interior specification.
This stunning apartment enjoys both generous living space and natural light due to its near full height floor to ceiling windows in living area. The property also benefits from a high level of security with a video door entry system, leading to communal hallway, key activated lift access and a shared communal lobby.
The internal accommodation has a high specification throughout including walnut hardwood flooring throughout and extends to an L-Shaped reception hall with large utility room and separate storage cupboard; bright and spacious lounge/dining room overlooking Howard Street; open plan designer kitchen with solid stone work surfaces and Miele appliances including Coffee Machine, Steam Oven and Dishwasher, 2 Siemens Fan Ovens, Induction Hob and Stainless Extractor Hood and 20 bottle wine fridge; 2 double bedrooms (master with en-suite wet room and living flame fire) and a beautiful main bathroom with shower over bath.
The Subirach Building on Howard Street was a re-invigorating restoration project of an existing 19th Century Grade “B” listed building, commissioned in 2004 at a cost of £1.2M.The client’s love of the city of Barcelona was expressed by the insertion of an inverse Bust in the main façade sculpted by Catalan artist Josep Maria Subirachs who is responsible for work on Gaudi’s Sagrada Familia in Barcelona. The building was subsequently named “ The Subirachs Building”....