7 bedroom house for saleThe White House, 11-13 Cleveden Crescent, Glasgow, G12
Under Offer POA
- CLOSING DATE 12noon WED 21st SEPTEMBER
- Business/Development opportunity
- Three B listed Blonde sandstone townhouses
- Mews cottages and courtyards to rear
- Extending to 1,998 sqm
- Currently operating as services apartments
- Available as a whole or
- As three seperate townhouses
- EPC Rating = G
Cleveden Crescent forms part of the sought after Kelvinside area in Glasgow's vibrant West End. Close to Hyndland, the area has transformed itself into a very popular location to dine out and socialise with a number of quality restaurants, bars and cafés including Nicks, Epicures of Hyndland, Jelly Hill, Cottiers and the Hyndland Fox. The locality provides first class bus services via Great Western Road and Hyndland Road to the city centre and Hillhead Underground Station and Hyndland Train Station are only a short walk away. The area offers a number of sporting venues including Hughenden Rugby and Squash Clubs, the Western Tennis Club and Oval Cricket Club. It is also an ideal location for those looking to study at Glasgow University and is in
close proximity to excellent schooling at Kelvinside Academy, Glasgow Academy and the High School of Glasgow
The three blonde sandstone townhouses are set over three levels. Each townhouse benefits from three attached mews cottages to the rear as well as private outdoor space. The three townhouses are adjoining and have been split into c.32 self contained apartments, ranging from studio to three bedrooms. The properties are in good condition and have retained a wealth of period features including details cornicing, original stairs and feature fire places. Viewing is highly advised to appreciate the level of accommodation on offer and development potential.
Three B listed blonde sandstone townhouses with mews cottages and courtyards to the rear
Extending to 1,998 sqm (21,506 sqft)
Currently operating as serviced apartments
Opportunity to acquire as a business or as a development opportunity.
Available as a whole or as three separate townhouses.
Savills is delighted to bring to the market 11 - 13 Cleveden Crescent, currently trading as the White House Apartments, which comprises three blonde sandstone townhouses and three mews cottages. The White House is set within the ever popular
Cleveden Crescent built by John Burnet, construction of which began in circa 1876 and completed around 1900.
The property is currently utilised as serviced apartments and is being offered to the market as either a going concern or as a development opportunity. Although the townhouses are currently adjoining, Savills is offering the opportunity to purchase the three townhouses as a whole or individually.
The property is currently utilised as serviced apartments and is being offered to the market as a whole or as three separate townhouses. The townhouses are located in the Glasgow West Conservation Area and are Category B Listed. The listing
describes the properties as being two storeys with attic and positioned on a classical symmetrical terrace of three bay houses.
Any interested parties should contact Glasgow City Planning Department with any planning related enquires.
Energy Performance Certificates are available for all three townhouses.
EPC rating - G
Square Footage: 21,506 sq ft
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