Situated in a quiet residential area 15-20 minute walk east of Glasgow city centre and Queen Street Station. Two minute walk from the best coffee in town!
Our home is a typical Victorian sandstone villa with many original features and located within the Dennistoun conservation area. Two houses down is the Lady of Good Council Church, one of Glasgow's more famous modern churches built in 1966 designed by Gillespie Kidd & Coia.
Glasgow is full of landmark buildings celebrating it's rich architectural heritage and has been described as " the great ecclesiastical city, the city of the unimaginably wealthy tobacco lords, merchant city, cotton city, industrial city and second city of the Empire."
Glasgow is Scotland's largest and liveliest city. As well as it's renown Victorian and other distinct architectural gems the city has many attractions to offer including some of the best shopping ,restaurants, parks, galleries and venues. There are plenty of film/comedy/art/music festivals throughout the year.
Our house is an ongoing restoration project. We have rewired and re-plumbed and are slowly putting the house back together. Luckily we have a wealth of original features which we have celebrated as well as making sure the house is up to date and can cope with a modern lifestyle.
There are 4 very generous size double bedrooms and one single room, 2 bathrooms, 1 w.c, large dining kitchen, and large living room with open fire.
All rooms have network points. Wireless broadband is throughout the house. Underfloor heating in both bathrooms. Large walk in rain shower in main bathroom with original Victorian cast iron bath. Wood burning stoves in hall and kitchen for winter warmth. Relax in the old dining room (now lounge). Projector available on request for film screenings. The house is scattered with various treasures and toys for all ages.
Private parking can be arranged prior to arrival, plenty of on street free parking.