Townhouse conversions are rarely available in the City Centre and this lower ground apartment does not disappoint. Benefitting from its own, south facing private courtyard and a tandem parking space to the rear of the building, and spanning over 1100 sq ft it ticks a lot of buyer's search boxes. Set within a blond sandstone traditional terraced townhouse dating back to the 1850's the contemporary conversion has been well designed to meet with the requirements of modern living. It is situated in an extremely convenient and central city location and has recently been freshly decorated throughout. Notable highlights to include generous accommodation throughout with a substantial living room with open plan modern kitchen spanning over 28 ft, there is a ''dining' hallway, two double bedrooms: a tandem parking space and the aforementioned, private terrace area. In addition, the property has a cellar which extends below the full footprint of the property and offers extra storage or a development opportunity. Accommodation: Security door entry to communal close; stair access to flat and car park area; reception hall with raised area currently utilised a dining area, wooden flooring and a storage cupboard; generous living room with two recessed sash and case windows facing south over the private courtyard area; the modern kitchen open plan to the living room, separated by a kitchen island and complete with a range of base and wall mounted units with integrated appliances; double bedroom one has sash and case windows facing to the rear of the building, wooden flooring and a built in double wardrobe; the bathroom comprises white three piece suite with separate walk-in shower; double bedroom two has patio door facing south and offering access to the terrace and has wooden flooring and a double fitted wardrobe; The property has fresh white décor and wooden flooring to the main apartments, there is electric wet central heating and it benefits from a tandem parking space suitable for two cars and accessed from the Sauchiehall Lane. The cellar for the property is located adjacent to the front door - plan and photos are available by request. Situation: Located on Bath Street, an area of Glasgow' City Centre which has benefitted from significant redevelopment over the years with the recently completed Avenues Project on Sauchiehall Street. It is conveniently positioned for access to the International Financial Services District, the City Centre, the Merchant City, Finnieston and the West End, where a wealth of amenities including both general and specialist shopping, wine bars and many highly acclaimed restaurants can be found. The property is in close proximity to the Glasgow School of Art; Royal Conservatoire, Strathclyde, Caledonian & Glasgow Universities. The area benefits from frequent public transport with easy access to nearby stations; Charing Cross, Queen Street and Glasgow Central Train Stations. The nearby M8/M80 ensures good commuter access throughout the Central Belt and is within easy reach of some of Scotland's most impressive countryside attractions. Travel Directions: Walking or driving from our office at 147 Bath Street, continue along Bath Street heading west, crossing over the junction with Douglas Street, No. 208 is just a short distance down the street on the right-hand side. Access to Flat 1 is via the main door of the building.