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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 5628 6775.


James Miller, architect; 1904. Part of irregular 3-house

terrace in Scots Renaissance style. 4-bay 3-storey elevation

with Dutch Renaissance gable and attic. To left, additional

2-storey single bay block.

Polished ashlar, stonecleaned, roll-moulded architraves.

2-storey canted window in 2 right bays with pilasters at

angles; deep plain parapet. To left, advanced architraved

doorway with cornice supporting balcony with delicate

cast-iron balustrade extending to canted window. Double-leaf

panelled doors. Barrel-vaulted vestibule. At ground floor

left-centre bay, wide arched window. 2nd floor windows

flanked by decorated Ionic pilasters, outermost supporting

obelisk finials at wallhead; innermost supporting pilaster

strip rising into gable. Elaborately scrolled and finialled

gable with 2 attic windows flanked by similar pilasters.

Continuous cill strings at 2nd floor and attic.

2-storey extension to left; advanced full-height square bay

flanked by Ionic pilasters with continuous cornices at plinth

and 1st floor. Flanking advanced bay, roll-moulded panels

with medallion portraits at 1st. Deep plain parapet.

W flank; polished ashlar. 2 and 3 storey 6-bay elevation

detailed as main facade with large 6-light canted window to

centre bays. Good art-nouveau cast-iron balcony to 2nd floor,

now shored-up with iron struts.

Stugged ashlar rear with extensive mews and service ranges.

To W good art nouveau cast-iron railings with ashlar

ball-finialled gatepiers and decorative cast-iron gate.


Part of Great Western Road A group. UPGRADED B to A 218-7-87


Architect, July 19, 1907.

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