Live the high life in the impressively spacious apartment in one of Glasgow's most desirable areas, where famous names once resided.
In 1859 development of a residential suburb to the south west of Strathbungo began, when nos 1-10 Moray Place were built to the design of Alexander Thomson. The other terraces (named, as was Moray Place, after the protagonists in the Battle of Langside fought nearby), Regent Park Square, Queen Square and Princes Square (later renamed Marywood Square), formed a private estate, exclusive enough to have gates. This part of Strathbungo was designated a conservation area in 1973. In the 1890s Charles Rennie Mackintosh lived at 27 Regent Park Square.
A traditional elevated ground floor apartment which has dedicated parking to the rear. This flat has alot ot offer with spacious rooms and original features. It has large lounge with bay window and living flame fire. A double bedroom to rear with big windows that give in lots of light. What more could you ask for a dining kitchen equipped with washer/dryer, gas hob & oven, fridge & dishwasher. This property is kept warm and cosy with gas central heating.
Marywood Square is the tranquil residential street in Strathbungo is home to a wealth of shops, bars, coffee shops and delicatessens. There are superb transport links and easy access to the M8/ M77 and M74.The property is located near to all local amenities, within walking distance to Shawlands with excellent commuter links to Glasgow City Centre and East Kilbride, quick access to M77 & M8 Motorways.
Landlord registration number:78184/260/03430 - LL Reg No:78184/260/03430