Built circa. 1839-51 and category ‘B’ Listed, Number 11 Royal Crescent is a wonderful three-bedroom conversion, within the ever-popular Park District. “The Park” is proving to be one of the most sought-after locations in Glasgow, with stunning former townhouses and commercial premises being transformed into luxury apartments over the last ten years.
The property is formed over three levels, with entry being via a main door at elevated ground floor level, providing access to a stunning pillard private reception hall. A beautiful original staircase leads up to the first floor, where, to the front of the former townhouse, there is an amazing original drawing room, with ornate detailed original cornicing and feature fireplace, with original surround. The drawing room is semi open plan to an excellent sized dining kitchen, which has a range of base and wall mounted units, integrated appliances and centre island. There is a also a wc. Upstairs, on the top floor, a large cupola allows natural light to flood through the house. There are three excellent sized double bedrooms, a stylish family bathroom and a fully tiled, beautiful master en- suite shower room and dressing room.
In addition, the property benefits from gas central heating, basement storage, private rear garden and an allocated parking space to the front that can accommodate two cars.
EER Band C
Royal Crescent is located in the heart of the popular Kelvingrove area.
A variety of local shops and amenities can be found on both Sauchiehall Street and Argyle Street, including wine bars and restaurants.
Kelvingrove is well situated for access to the both the West End and City Centre. There are also good road links to the M8 motorway and Glasgow International Airport. Public transport is available by bus and rail.
The area is popular with those requiring access to Glasgow University and Kelvingrove Park and Art Gallery.
From Corum’s office on Hyndland Road, travel City bound along Hyndland Road to the traffic lights at Clarence Drive. Proceed straight ahead and continue as Hyndland Road runs onto Highburgh Road. At the traffic lights on Byres Road, proceed straight ahead onto University Avenue, passing Glasgow University. Turn right at the bottom of the hill onto Kelvin Way and proceed to the end. Turn left onto Sauchiehall Street, with Royal Crescent to be found on the left, at the pedestrian lights.