- Traditional Second Floor Flat
- Double Bedroom
- Gas Central Heating
- Off Street Parking
- Bright Lounge with Open Plan Kitchen
- Shower Room
- Double Glazing
- Low Council Tax (Band A)
**PRICED £6,500 BELOW HOME REPORT VALUATION** Traditional Second Floor One Bedroom Flat situated within Popular Millarston Location. The property comprises Bright Lounge, Open Plan Kitchen with White Goods, Double Bedroom and Shower Room. Further benefits include Gas Central Heating, Double Glazing, Off Street Parking and Low Council Tax (Band A).
Excellent Starter Flat for First Time Buyer or Investment for a Buy to Let. The property is close by to Phoenix Retail Park which offers Supermarkets, Shops and Restaurants. Situated in Paisley, this property benefits from excellent transport links to Paisley City Centre and surrounding areas. Direct access to motorway offering links to Glasgow City Centre, Braehead and Glasgow Airport.
To view this property or request more details contact Pennylane Homes Paisley:
Pennylane Homes Paisley Ltd
50 Glasgow Road
0141 887 6109
Hallway - 7'2" (2.18m) x 3'7" (1.09m)
Lounge - 12'11" (3.94m) x 11'7" (3.53m)
Kitchen - 9'4" (2.84m) x 3'7" (1.09m)
Bedroom - 11'0" (3.35m) x 8'5" (2.57m)
Bathroom - 5'11" (1.8m) x 5'9" (1.75m)
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.
Paisley (Scottish Gaelic: Pàislig) is a town and a former burgh in the west-Central Lowlands of Scotland. It is situated on the northern edge of the Gleniffer Braes, straddling the banks of the River Cart. Paisley is the administrative capital of the Renfrewshire council area, and forms a continuous urban area with Greater Glasgow, Glasgow City Centre being 6.9 miles (11.1 km) to the east.
Paisley was once reckoned to have been the site of the Roman fortification of Vanduara (or Vandogara) chronicled by Ptolemy. The identification of the site of modern Paisley with this fort is based principally on the similarity of the name of the station to the Brythonic Gwen-dwr ("white water"), which was inferred to have been the name at that time of the White Cart Water.
In the 12th century, a priory was founded at Paisley around which a settlement soon grew. Within a hundred years of its foundation the priory had achieved the status of an Abbey. The town became famous during the 18th and 19th centuries for the production of cloth, especially cotton with the distinctive Paisley Pattern.
While smaller than Scotland's major cities, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Aberdeen, and Dundee, it forms the fifth-largest settlement in the country, having a greater population than Inverness or Stirling, which both have city status.