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A triple aspect, corner situated, second floor, two bedroom apartment set in this landmark conversion formally Bishopsmill.
Bishop Mills was built in 1839 for William Wilson, a miller and grain merchant, and stands on the site of the medieval "Mill of Partick". The main building, with distinctive wheatsheaf finials on the gables, was renovated in 1987 and converted to contain twenty flats.
The bright accommodation comprises reception hallway, double aspect lounge, double aspect, south facing kitchen/dining room with space for a dining table and chairs, two generously sized bedrooms with bedroom one enjoying fitted wardrobes. The bathroom is part tiled with an electric shower.
Features of the property include white meter heating, double glazed windows, fitted storage cupboards, double aspect rooms, views over water fall and River Kelvin. There is private off street car parking to the side.
Another feature is the location with easy access to all local shopping, transport and education facilities. Kelvin Hall tube station is close by along with Byres Road, Kelvingrove and museum.
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