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Number16 Tower Place occupies a prime position within this highly popular and intimate development situated in the heart of this thriving and historic coastal town.
Set on the banks of the River Clyde and offering wonderful views over the wider Clyde estuary, the flat occupies the preferred first floor position within this courtyard styled development.
Ideally placed for access to the principle amenities of the town centre the property, of appeal to professionals and retirees alike, is located less than 300 yards from Helensburgh Central Railway Station and is less than 100 yards from regular bus services of the A814 leading to Dumbarton, Glasgow and Garelochhead.
Enhanced by double glazed windows, electric central heating and built-in wardrobes, the flat is set within communal, professionally maintained gardens which incorporate a large car park for both residents and guests.
The accommodation comprises reception hall, bright, south facing and bay windowed lounge, well equipped dining kitchen with integrated ceramic hob, oven and fridge (both rooms offer lovely views over the river Clyde), two bedrooms (both with built-in wardrobes) and bathroom with shower.
Helensburgh Central Railway Station provides regular services to Dumbarton, Glasgow and Edinburgh and the Upper Helensburgh station is on the west-coast main line linking Glasgow with Fort William.
The affluent coastal town of Helensburgh lies on the north shore of the river Clyde. Steeped in history, a wealth of shops, restaurants, health care facilities, banks, Waitrose Supermarket, metro stores, bars, coffee shops, cafes, leisure centre, swimming pool, the Victoria Halls (used for cultural events) and pleasant walks along both east and west promenades. Sports and recreational pursuits are well catered for with the provision of football, rugby, tennis, squash, bowling, cricket, golf and sailing clubs.
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