Savills | Woodside Terrace Lane, Park, Glasgow, G3 7YW | Properties for sale
976 sq ft(90.67 sq m)
Offers over £365,000

Woodside Terrace LanePark, Glasgow, G3 7YW


    Key features

    • Well appointed mews house located in the coveted Park area of Glasgow
    • Central position between the buzzing city centre and the West End
    • Cleverly configured to make excellent use of available space
    • Home Office and south facing decked terrace
    • Sandstone construction under a pitched slate roof
    • Contemporary kitchen with Corian work surface and integrated appliances
    • 2 bathrooms

    3 bedroom mews with south facing terrace.

    About this property

    • 29 Woodside Terrace Lane is a well appointed three bedroom mews house in the highly desirable Park area of Glasgow. The internal design has been cleverly configured to make excellent use of all the available space and with the added benefit of both a home office and a south facing decked terrace it really is the perfect pied-a-terre or lock down lifestyle property.

      The property is of traditional sandstone construction under a pitched slate roof. Internally the property has undergone significant improvements such as the installation of double glazed sash windows and a stylish contemporary kitchen.

      The accommodation is well presented with two bedrooms on the ground floor, with fitted storage, double depth in places and a superb en suite shower room adjoining the larger of the bedrooms.

      The kitchen benefits from a Corian work surface, integrated appliances including a double oven and five ring gas hob (both by NEFF) with extractor and Hotpoint dishwasher and fridge freezer.

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    Beautifully presented mews which tick so many boxes for the changing world around by having both a home office and a sun terrace.

    Cameron EwerProperty agent

    Local information

    • 29 Woodside Terrace Lane is positioned in the coveted Park area of Glasgow which sits between the buzzing city centre and west end.
    • Its central position is within easy access of first class commuter links and a wealth of amenities associated with this area of Glasgow.
    • The general locality exhibits the work of internationally renowned architects such as Alexander ‘Greek' Thompson, Charles Wilson, John Keppie, David Barclay and Sir James Burnett.
    • Many of Glasgow's private schools are readily accessible, including Glasgow Academy, St Aloysius College and Glasgow High School.
    • Having enjoyed the distinction of being European City of Culture in the 1990s , Glasgow is one of the UK's leading cultural centres and boasts a number of defining institutions including The Kelvingrove Museum and Art Gallery, Glasgow University, The Botanic Gardens, The Hunterian Museum, Gartnavel and Western Hospitals, as well as the Kelvin Hall Sport Centre and the Transport Museum.
    • The trendy district of Finnieston, an area renowned for gourmet restaurants, coffee shops and bars lioes just 0.7 miles away. The city centre of Glasgow is renowned for its diversity of high-end retail, stylish restaurants and nightlife.

    Additional information

    • Directions: From the M8 Westbound take the exit towards Charing X/Kelvingrove. Keep right merging onto A804. Keeping in the right hand lane follow the road round, almost as U turn, merging on the left onto North Street. Turn left onto Woodlands Road. Woodside Terrace lane is the next left hand turn.
    • EPC Rating = C