St. Vincent Crescent is well placed for access both to Glasgow’s West End and the City Centre, making it a very popular commuting destination. There are a number of local shops catering for day-to-day needs, including a Tesco Metro, Sainsbury’s Local and Roots and Fruits. There is a range of independent retailers, delicatessens, wine bars, coffee houses and a superb selection of restaurants, including the very popular Crabshakk.
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.
Locally, there is access to Kelvingrove Park and the Botanic Gardens. Glasgow’s vibrant Byres Road is also close at hand, where a further selection of bars, restaurants, cafes and independent shops can be found.
From Corum’s office on Hyndland Road, turn right and continue to the traffic lights at Byres Road. Turn right onto Byres Road and continue to the bottom, turning left onto Dumbarton Road. Proceed along Dumbarton Road, passing Kelvingrove Art Gallery. Bear right at the traffic lights onto a continuation of Dumbarton Road and then take eventual right onto Corunna Street – with number 21 St. Vincent Crescent to be found on the corner of St. Vincent Crescent and Corunna Street.