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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 5786 6619.


George Smith, architect. Nos 1-11, 1835; Nos 12-21,

1842. Symmetrical pair of classical terraces in 2

detached ranges. 3 storeys, attics and basement; 3 bays

to each house; shallow advanced 6-bay terminal

pavilions. Polished ashlar, painted or stonecleaned.

Steps oversailing basement to Greek Doric porches:

paired at pavilions will full entablature and carved

metopes; balustrade over. Tripartite doors with

pilaster jambs, sidelights and fanlight. All windows

architraved; aproned at ground; corniced at 1st floor;

console corniced at 1st floor pavilions. Sash windows,

plate-glass or 4 pane glazing. Cornice over ground

floor linking porches. Eaves course; cornice;

blocking course. Mutule cornice and balustrade at

pavilions. Axial stacks; octagonal flues at gables and

below roof apex. Cast-iron railings to basement area and

some steps. Pavilion interiors: coffered plaster

ceilings to ground floor main rooms. 4-bay flanks to

Lynedoch Terrace; 5-bay flank to Claremont Terrace

similarly detailed. Rear elevation; several full-height

projecting square bays.

No 16 and 17 paired porches. No 11 flank to Lynedoch

Terrace with small ground-floor canted window

alteration. Original window with decorative cast-iron

basket grille. No 20 rendered billiard room addition,

with cupola. Modern 2-storey brick addition to East end.

Woodside Terrace Lane: mews range, single-storey with

loft. 3 segmentally arched entrances to coach-houses

survive. Upper floors mostly converted to dwellings.


Part of Woodlands Hill A Group.


Gomme and Walker 1968; pp.92, 245.

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