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This building is in the Glasgow Council and the Glasgow Burgh. It is a category A building and was listed on 15/12/1970.

Group Items: N/A, Group Cat: N/A, Map Ref: NS 5793 6610.


George Smith, architect, 1831. Classical curved terrace,

truncated at S, adjoining Woodside Terrace at N 3-bay

elevation to each house; 2 storeys, attics, basement and

sub-basement at rear.

Polished ashlar, stonecleaned or painted ground floor,

channelled with bold voussoirs over openings, except at

Nos 14 and 15. Shallow advanced 6-bay pavilions.

3-storey at Nos 8 and 9; 2 storeys at Nos 14 and 15.

Steps oversailing basement to recessed tripartite doors

with fanlights and sidelight. 2-storey pavilion: paired

Greek Doric porches with carved frieze and balcony over;

ground floor windows architraved and aproned. All

upper windows architraved. 3-storey pavilion with

bracketted windows: 2 corniced and 4 pedimented at 1st

floor. Ashlar brackets support full-width decorative

cast-iron balcony. Sash windows plate-glass or 4-pane

glazing. Band course between floors; eaves course;

cornice; deep plain parapet at pavilions; otherwise roof

balustrade with dormers behind. Octagonal flues below

ridge, plain above; slate roofs. Cast-iron railings to

basement and steps. No 13 copper door lettering and

good basement and steps. No 13 copper door lettering

and good leaded glass fanlight. Rear elevation: Nos 6

and 7 with Tudor details. Near full-height canted bay

window with crenellated parapet to No 6. At No 7

full-height square bay window on square pillars rises

from basement.

At No 19 free-standing laundry; Robert Thomson,

architect, 1899. Single storey polished ashlar building

with piended roof. 5-bay elevation; advanced centre

3-bays with tall transomed windows breaking through

eaves with heavy cornice and parapet. Right bay

originally door, now window; left bay, window mullion



Formerly Britannia Place. Part of Woodlands Hill A Group. Upgraded B to A 20.5.86.


Gomme and Walker 1968; pp.92, 245 Plan of laundry at No 19 in SR Archives; D of G 1/6676/

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