This remarkable two-bedroom conversion forms part of the A listed ‘Trinity Chambers’, which was originally built circa 1842 and designed by George Smith.
The property enjoys an enviable setting within the highly desirable Park District and affords pleasant open views over the impeccably maintained residents’ pleasure gardens, which offer magnificent outdoor space.
‘Trinity Chambers’ is perfectly situated to take full advantage of the many amenities and attractions that only this vibrant and affluent part of Glasgow has to offer. The West End and very much in vogue Finnieston District both with its many stylish eateries and pubs are also only a short distance away. Ample residents permit parking is available to the front of the property and on the surrounding streets.
Internally this incredibly charming property offers stylish and commodious accommodation, which has successfully blended traditional and modern. As soon as you set foot inside, you can’t fail to be amazed by the décor and attention to detail throughout. The building has many outstanding period details, whilst the property itself has retained a wealth of features throughout which include; decorative cornicing, working shutters, high moulded skirting’s, deep moulded architraves, picture rails, and fireplaces.
The specification of the property includes sash and casement windows, gas-fired central heating, and a security entry system.
The accommodation on offer comprises; communal period entrance hall where there is a private storeroom located on the half landing, further communal storage in basement, welcoming reception hallway with storage cupboard, bright spacious lounge with open outlooks, fully fitted kitchen with integrated appliances that is open plan to the lounge, marvelous master bedroom with working shutters, feature fireplace and access to a Jack and Jill bathroom, second double bedroom with ensuite shower room and overhead storage, and luxury Jack and Jill bathroom.
The property is situated in the ever-popular Park District next to Kelvingrove Park and is within a short distance of the wide range of shops, restaurants, and other amenities available in the West End and City Centre. There are excellent local transport links nearby, with frequent bus services running along Woodlands Road, the city centre and from the nearby Buchanan Bus Station. Train services are available from Charing Cross station and underground from Kelvinbridge. The Clyde Tunnel and Clydeside Expressway are easily accessed allowing swift access to Glasgow International Airport, Glasgow City Centre and most major towns and cities throughout the Central Belt of Scotland.