Number 39 Westbourne Gardens is a beautifully presented conversion formed over three levels and has the added benefit of not only access to the wonderful residents’ gardens to the front, but also access to a private section of a South facing rear garden. Westbourne Gardens is arguably one of the best addresses in the West End and viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the level of accommodation on offer.
The property is initially accessed via a secure entry system, into a well maintained communal hall that you share with only the ground floor property. The left-hand door leads you into the conversion itself, that has the added benefit of the full staircase from the former townhouse. On the initial half landing, there is a very useful WC with storage and door leading to the back stair case/utility space which in turn, leads you to the South facing garden and excellent additional storage.
On the first floor landing, natural light floods through the whole property due to the three large windows to the rear of the house. On the first floor there is a marvellous, L-shaped original drawing room with some of the best views over Westbourne’s residents’ gardens. There is wonderful, detailed original cornicework and marble fireplace with working fire. The room also offers ample space for a large dining table perfect for entertaining. Situated behind the drawing room is a contemporary dining kitchen.
The original staircase leads you to a bright top floor landing, where there are three excellent sized double bedrooms, with the beautiful master benefiting from a very stylish en-suite bathroom with porcelain tiles, built in TV on the wall, separate bath and large walk in shower with over-head rain-shower. There is also an attractively fitted dressing room. The second bedroom also benefits from a superb en suite shower room.
In addition, the property benefits from gas central heating, stunning original features, quality flooring and as previously mentioned, a shared south facing garden and access to the amazing residents’ gardens.
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Hyndland is highly regarded as the social hub of the West End. The area has been truly transformed in the last ten years with a number of excellent bars and restaurants, including The Hyndland Fox, Epicures, Café Parma and Nicks. There are also independent shops and boutiques, including Solo Ladieswear, Amber and Black, Silks and Brenda Muir. There is independent retail stores, such as Bauen Design offering bespoke kitchens and Chelsea McLaine Interior Designers. The area still provides some of the best traditional tenements, conversions and townhouses in Glasgow, let alone the West End.
Public transport in the area is wide and varied, with a range of bus routes on Hyndland Road and Hyndland Railway Station, providing a link to Glasgow City Centre and beyond.
Hyndland is within close proximity to Byres Road, which offers a wider selection of shops and amenities, including the recently refurbished Hillhead subway station. Glasgow University is situated on University Avenue, just off Byres Road, providing world class further education.
Sport and recreational facilities can be found at Hillhead Sports Club and The Western Lawn Squash & Tennis Club, on Hyndland Road.
From Corum’s office on Hyndland Road, turn left and proceed along Hyndland Road, turning first right onto Westbourne Road. Turn right onto Westbourne Gardens with number 39 to be found on the righthandside