HD Video Available. A beautifully appointed, three-bedroom, main door, lower ground floor conversion with twin private 'well gardens' and direct access to neat communal gardens at rear.
The home for sale enjoys a fabulous position in Finnieston, seconds walk from some of Scotland's most exciting bars, restaurants and coffee shops and just ten minutes' walk from Kelvingrove Park. St Vincent Crescent was designed and built by architect Alexander Kirkland between 1848-1850. This beautiful, serpentine Crescent was built on part of the old Stobcross Estate and was originally intended to continue further west and yet remains one of the longest crescents in Britain. Kirkland, a contemporary of Alexander ‘Greek’ Thomson, lived for a period on the Crescent at No 39, a main door flat, which is marked with a plaque. To the south of the Crescent, Kirkland laid out pleasure gardens which included bowling greens, tennis courts and curling ponds. These pleasure gardens still exist in the form of the current bowling greens. In the 70’s the Crescent was given a category A listing and the whole area, including the bowling greens, Minerva Street, Corunna Street and parts of Argyle Street were designated as the St Vincent Crescent Conservation Area.
The property for sale is a beautiful, lower ground floor conversion which has been lime washed to create an eye-catching, 'London-esque' exterior. At the front, the property for sale is surrounded by glossy wrought iron fencing that allows access to a short flight of steps which take you to the property's front door. At the front there are two 'sun trap, well gardens which face South and enjoy fantastic exposure to natural light which is bounce around these private spaces thanks to the clever application of lime wash. The main door entrance then provides access to a long, carpeted hallway which gives access to the main body of accommodation. The attached photographs and HD video will give you an idea of the size, style and specification of the home for sale but viewers are encouraged to visit the property in person to fully appreciate the impressive dimensions and bright, airy nature of this beautiful home. In short the accommodation extends to; large internal hallway which gives access to all other accommodation, bright South-facing living room which overlooks one of the well-gardens, fabulous dining kitchen with high gloss fitted units, integrated appliances and contrasting work surfaces, three great-sized double bedrooms of which the principal features full dressing room and en-suite shower room, large main bathroom which has been upgraded to an excellent standard including new suite and splashback tiling. Finally there is a substantial walk-in utility cupboard with lots of handy shelves, plumbing for washing machine etc.
Considering the extremely convenient position of this charming apartment and indeed the extensive internal floor area, private outside space and South-facing orientation, viewers are encouraged to visit the property quickly to avoid missing out. EPC Band - C
|Property Type||%||Avg. current value||Avg. # beds||Avg. # bathrooms|
|Property Type||1 Bed||2 Beds||3 Beds||4 Beds||5 Beds|
|Houses||-||£374,983 (3)||£426,333 (3)||£550,000 (1)||-|
|Flats||£139,669 (38)||£234,443 (76)||£358,777 (26)||£389,666 (9)||-|
|All||£139,669 (38)||£239,780 (79)||£365,765 (29)||£405,700 (10)||-|