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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 5639 6772.


John A Campbell, architect; circa 1902. Asymmetrical pair of

Scots Renaissance villas in bull-faced coursed ashlar with

polished base course and dressings; 1st floor windows set in

slightly recessed masonry with polished quoins.

No 3: 2-storey 3-bay with 2-storey canted window to right

with parapet breaking through eaves. Central pilastered

doorpiece with consoles supporting segmental hood, arched

fanlight. Double-leaf panelled outer doors; vestibule door

tripartite with glazed sidelights. To left, bipartite window.

To 1st floor, single light windows, all with roll-moulded

architraves. Sash windows, small pane glazing. Continuous

cill strings at 1st. Timber modillions support swept eaves;

plain skews, slate roofs, axial stacks. Gabled flank to

Redlands Lane, coursed bull-faced ashlar. To left at 1st

transomed and mullioned window with leaded glass.

To rear, single-storey and attic projecting hipped-roof

service wing with additional single storey garage.

1 Redlands Road: 2 storeys, attics and basement, 4-bay with

gable to left bay. All ground floor windows roll-moulded.

To left, 2-storey canted windows with parapet off-centre

under gable with low tripartite attic window. Steps to

architraved doorpiece with pilastered reveals and corbels

supporting segmental hood. Astragalled fanlight, double-leaf

pilastered doors; vestibule door tripartite with glazed

sidelights. Ground floor windows bipartite with moulded cill.

1st floor windows, single-light, bipartite at extreme right.

Sash windows; plate glass lower sashes, small pane upper

sashes. Continuous moulded cill band, mutule cornice, timber

modillions support swept eaves.

Elevation to Kirklee Road; full-height canted window to left

with parapet breaking through eaves; otherwise single-light

windows; tall wallhead stack to right. Piended bipartite

dormer with mutule cornice over canted bay. Bull-faced red

ashlar gabled flank.


Part of Kirklee Road A group. Upgraded B to A 28-7-87


Plans in SR Archives; D of G, 1/9057.

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