Situated in Glasgow's most revered area; The Park District, just a few metres from the main gates to Kelvingrove Park, this one of a kind two bedroom two bathroom with private secure parking FURNISHED duplex Penthouse apartment is part of the former Kelvingrove Parish Church which occupies a prominent position on the corner of Derby and Bentinck Street. The building dates to 1880 and was designed in the Greek revival style by Glasgow architect James Sellars. Now an "A" listed landmark, it was sensitively and imaginatively converted into private residences in 2009.
This property commands a 2nd and 3rd floor position and oozes style and luxury from the moment you walk in. The feature columns and stained glass windows serve as charming reminders of the past. High ceilings and beautiful exposed beams greet you on the top floor in a outstanding open plan kitchen/dining/living room leading out on to a private south facing balcony benefiting from the sun all year round.
On the lower floor; 2 double bedrooms with built in wardrobes, the master benefiting from a very stylish en-suite shower room and off the welcoming hallway lies a chic bathroom with power shower overhead.
Notable points include: integrated appliances within the high gloss open plan kitchen, security entry system, communal entrance and stairway, elevator, secure private underground parking of one space, gas central heating, integrated TV/music speaker system throughout the house , hardwood flooring throughout living areas with carpet in both bedrooms, large storage cupboard under the stairs and quality contemporary furnishings. LL Reg 287150/260/14401 Energy Rating C
Derby Street is a fantastic location for Glasgow's culture and Arts with its thriving coffee scene, top notch restaurants, Craft Beer bars and the truly tremendous Kelvingrove Art Gallery Museum housing some of Europe's greatest art collections and being one of Scotland's top three free-to-enter visitor attractions and the most visited museum in the UK outside of London.
Kelvingrove Park is a Glasgow treasure with its magnificent views across the city and a wealth of features including; five bowling greens, croquet green, four synthetic tennis courts, children's play area, orienteering course, outstanding riverside walks, Skateboard Park and a recently renovated Park Bandstand after a lifelong campaign from the local residents to restore it.
Travel time to the city centre is only a 15 minute walk.
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