- Gas central heating
- Private residential car park
- Open plan lounge/ kitchen dining area
- On main bus route
- Top floor flat
- Double Glazing
- Loft style conversion
- Secure door entry
- Grade A listed building
The original architectural features such as the brick walls, beams and high ceilings highlight the building`s past originally as a sugar refinery, built in 1850, and later in 1886 becoming the Ropeworks factory producing canvas and sail cloth as well as cordage, ropes and fishing nets. Converted to apartments in 2008 the original features of the building are an excellent backdrop to this apartment and would complement both modern and traditional furnishings.
Entering into the property is the welcoming reception hall which gives access to all rooms and benefits from a storage cupboard. The open plan lounge/ kitchen area is perfect for having guests over so you can entertain and cook at the same time, also benefiting from three circular windows with great views and ample space for dining table and chairs. The kitchen area is modern with a wide range of white high gloss units which are complimented by integrated oven, hob and hood.
Both bedrooms feature white walls, exposed brick and carpeted flooring. Completing this accommodation is the three piece bathroom.
Port Glasgow is currently undergoing an extensive development and investment, and is recognised as a popular investment location due to its close proximity to Glasgow Airport.
Reception hall - 20'6" (6.25m) x 6'5" (1.96m)
Lounge, kitchen and dining area - 29'6" (8.99m) x 28'11" (8.81m)
Master bedroom - 18'9" (5.72m) x 9'7" (2.92m)
Bedroom - 10'2" (3.1m) x 16'6" (5.03m)
Bathroom - 9'6" (2.9m) x 6'4" (1.93m)
Utility room - 8'6" (2.59m) x 6'5" (1.96m)
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
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