5 Bedroom house

Fitzroy Place, Kelvingrove, Glasgow, G3

Offers over £550,000

  • Type House
  • SQ. FT 2900

• CURRENTLY COMMERCIAL USE • NO HOME REPORT AVAILABLE • FULL TOWNHOUSE OVER 3 FLOORS • IDEAL FOR CHANGE OF USE (SUBJECT TO PERMISSIONS) • GENEROUS PARKING TO THE REAR A Terraced Townhouse which is currently formed over garden level, ground floor and first floor. The property also lends itself to being converted to a single dwelling house, subject to the relevant planning consents. There are high ceilings, large windows and decorative cornicing and externally there Is a large private car park to the rear which is ideal for commercial use and would also provide parking/garden if changed to residential. There have been a large number of conversions from office to residential and whilst we would not anticipate any issues with consent, any interested buyer must make their own enquiries to Glasgow City Council. This is an early work by John Burnet, Snr that dates to 1847 and is on the site of the first Botanic Gardens. The property is an elegant, well balanced Townhouse on Fitzroy Place, opposite Royal Crescent and just off Sauchiehall Street

  • Type House
  • SQ. FT 2900

• CURRENTLY COMMERCIAL USE • NO HOME REPORT AVAILABLE • FULL TOWNHOUSE OVER 3 FLOORS • IDEAL FOR CHANGE OF USE (SUBJECT TO PERMISSIONS) • GENEROUS PARKING TO THE REAR A Terraced Townhouse which is currently formed over garden level, ground floor and first floor. The property also lends itself to being converted to a single dwelling house, subject to the relevant planning consents. There are high ceilings, large windows and decorative cornicing and externally there Is a large private car park to the rear which is ideal for commercial use and would also provide parking/garden if changed to residential. There have been a large number of conversions from office to residential and whilst we would not anticipate any issues with consent, any interested buyer must make their own enquiries to Glasgow City Council. This is an early work by John Burnet, Snr that dates to 1847 and is on the site of the first Botanic Gardens. The property is an elegant, well balanced Townhouse on Fitzroy Place, opposite Royal Crescent and just off Sauchiehall Street

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