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Truly unique one bedroom retirement flats contained within this stunning red sandstone Victorian property, the centrepiece of the Nazareth House site, which has undergone comprehensive redevelopment in recent years, including the construction of a brand new 2-storey care home located behind and complimenting the main building and adjacent chapel.
The available apartments are located on the ground, first and second floors of the main building each offering spacious accommodation comprising entrance hall, lounge open plan to the kitchen, double bedroom and shower room. The refurbishment has been carried out to a high standard with all apartments benefiting from having gas central heating and double glazing as well as contemporary kitchen and shower room fitments. All apartments have fitted carpeting with the exception of one on the ground floor which is fitted with laminate timber flooring. The main apartments have high ceilings and large windows providing excellent natural daylighting.
Within the building there are also shared communal areas including 2 residents' lounges and a large activities/dining room with adjacent kitchen. The building also offers an en-suite guest bedroom and an assisted bathroom for those with extra-care needs. A lift serves all 3 floors and the chapel can be accessed directly from the apartment building. Residents also have access to the hairdressing salon and coffee shop located in the adjacent Care Home.
Externally there are truly delightful landscaped communal gardens with large areas of manicured lawn and numerous shrub and tree features. Off street private parking is also provided.
Nazareth House is a Victorian listed ecclesiastical building built in 1906 with adjacent chapel built in 1922 and more recent residential additions, set in approximately 2.6 acres of landscaped grounds within the Cardonald district of Glasgow's south side. It has a long red sandstone front with gables and dormers in a steep slate roof and castigated staircase towers at each end. Other architectural features include stone pediments, columns and the overtly ecclesiastical repetitive buttresses.
The Sisters of Nazareth was founded in the mid 19th century in Hammersmith, London to take care of the young and the elderly. From their foundation in 1851 by Victoria Larmenier, their organisation has grown and expanded to be truly international. Nazareth House in Cardonald is one of many stunning properties to have been constructed for the order and Bilkus & Boyle are delighted to have been appointed as the sole agents in respect of the sale of these truly unique retirement flats.
Please contact Bilkus & Boyle on 0141-882-3221 for further information, availability and viewing arrangements.
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