23 Radnor Street is a superb second floor flat in need of a degree of modernisation. The property has fantastic potential and has enviable views looking over the bowling greens at Kelvingrove and beyond to Glasgow University and The Art Gallery.
The building is initially accessed via a secure entry system leading to a well maintained communal hall. The accommodation comprises; welcoming reception hall with storage off, large bay windowed lounge with dual aspects on both Radnor Street and Sauchiehall Street. There are three well proportioned double bedrooms with the main having a bay window and stunning views. It also benefits from a large walk in wardrobe. There is a spacious dining kitchen and finally, a large bathroom with three piece suite and over head shower.
In addition, the property benefits from gas central heating, original hard wood flooring and some beautiful original cornice work.
EER Band - C
Kelvingrove is extremely popular in Glasgow West End, with first time buyers, downsizers and upsizers alike, and borders the ever popular Finnieston district. In 2016, Finnieston ranked first in The Times list '20 Hippest Places to Live in Britain' and The Herald claimed it the 'Hippest Place in Britain'
Today, Finnieston has been promoted and built up as a modern residential and leisure area, mirroring Shoreditch in London. To this end many new bars and restaurants have been established, including Ox & Finch, The Garnet, 6 by Nico, Kelvingrove Café and The Finnieston. There is modern housing, office, retail, leisure and arts & culture developments. Finnieston Street is a major junction on the Clydeside Expressway, and on 18th September 2006, was augmented with the addition of the Clyde Arc (known locally as ‘The Squinty Bridge’) over the River Clyde.
Finnieston is also home to the SECC and the world-renowned SSE Hydro, where many sporting events and concerts are held.
Public transport is available by bus, rail and underground and there are excellent road links to Glasgow City Centre, via the Clydeside Expressway, the Clyde Tunnel and motorways. This property is also well situated for a number of Glasgow’s major employers including the BBC, STV, several hospitals, Glasgow University, and of course Glasgow’s financial district.
From Corum’s office on Hyndland Road, head south towards Byres Road, turning right on Hyndland Street. Follow Hyndland Street to Dumbarton Road, turning left at the junction. Continue on Dumbarton Road and Argyle Street, taking a slight left at Kelvingrove Art Gallery onto Sauchiehall Street. At the lights, turn right onto Radnor Street, where number 23 will be found on the right hand side.