An immaculately presented, first floor, two bedroom conversion situated in the former Park School in Glasgow’s Park District.
This beautiful, B-Listed building and terrace was designed by John Lessels and built 1877, with later alterations to No. 25 by A G Sydney Mitchell in 1883, including a billiard room to the rear. In more recent times, the building was home to Park School for Girls which merged with Laurel Bank in 2002 and subsequently the building was converted into luxury apartments.
This fine example offers wonderful aspects over Lynedoch Crescent. The building is initially accessed via secure entry into a well-maintained residents reception hall, which in turn, leads to the apartment on the first floor. Internally, there is a welcoming reception hall, large formal lounge with focal feature fire and beautiful, breakfasting kitchen off. There are two well-proportioned double bedrooms, both with ample wardrobe space, and finally, a very stylish shower room.
In addition, the property has stunning wooden flooring, gas central heating, private, allocated parking to the rear and residents on street permit parking can be requested via Glasgow City Council.
EER Band - D
Arguably the most sought after and desirable location in Glasgow, is the Park.
The Park District area is bordered by the City Centre, Kelvingrove, Kelvingrove Park and Woodlands. Park Circus was built between 1855 and 1863. Many of the area’s large townhouses which were converted to offices during the latter half of the 20th century are being returned to residential use. It was declared a Conservation Area in 1970.
One of the main attributes of the Park area is the accessibility of both the West End’s and City Centre’s wide range of amenities. Park offers a leafy tranquil surrounding, yet is only minutes from access to the M8 at Charing Cross.
There is excellent local and private schooling in the area and an underground station at Kelvinbridge. It is also an ideal location for those looking to study at Glasgow University.
From Corum’s office on Hyndland Road, head south and straight through the traffic lights at Clarence Drive. Continue onto Highburgh Road, and at the traffic lights at Byres Road, continue straight onto University Avenue. Veer left and turn right onto Gibson Street, over the River Kelvin onto Eldon Street, and at the roundabout, take the second exit onto Woodlands Road. Turn right onto Woodlands Gate, left onto Lynedoch Place and then left again onto Lynedoch Street, where number 25 will be found on the right hand side.
82 Hyndland Road,
Tel: 0141 357 1888
Mon – 9 - 5.30pm
Tue – 9 - 8pm
Wed – 9 - 8pm
Thu – 9 - 8pm
Fri – 9 - 5.30pm
Sat – 9.30 - 1pm
Sun – 12 - 3pm