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- Category: A
- Date Added: 15/12/1970
- Local Authority: Glasgow
- Planning Authority: Glasgow
- Burgh: Glasgow
National Grid Reference
- NGR: NS 56257 68120
- Coordinates: 256257, 668120
A N Prentice, architect; 1904. Edwardian Renaissance 2-storey villa. 5-bay symmetrical front with shallow advanced pilastered centre 3 bays. Polished ashlar, stonecleaned; wide round-arched windows to ground floor with pilaster reveals supporting moulded archivolt. Timber mullions and transoms divide lights.
Steps to central round-arched tripartite doorpiece similarly detailed, side and fanlight with small pane glazing. Square-headed timber door surround, carved architraved with intricately carved brackets in angles. Tripartite glazed vestibule door. 1st floor windows to outer bays with hollow chamfer architrave and cornice linked to eaves course; balconies with cast-iron bombe section balustrade. Inner 3 bays with architraves lugged top and bottom, central window with balcony detailed as above. Sash and casement windows; all with small pane glazing, upper lights of ground floor windows leaded. Continuous cill band at ground; string course at eaves. Wide timber bracketted eaves, attic skylights. Tall stacks with pilasters at angles. Small centrally placed lantern with ogival cupola and weathervane.
Flanks and rear stugged coursed ashlar with round arched window at ground floor. To rear, large bowed bay with sash windows; to left, full-height gabled wing with canted tile-hung oriels to N facade at 1st and attic floors.
Freestanding single storey garage with hipped roof and red ceramic ridge.
Stugged ashlar coped garden wall stepped up to tall square corniced gatepiers with decorative cast-iron gates.
Statement of Special Interest
Upgraded B to A 28-7-87
Information by courtesy of the Buildings of Scotland Research Unit.
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