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- Category: A
- Date Added: 15/12/1970
- Local Authority: Glasgow
- Planning Authority: Glasgow
- Burgh: Glasgow
National Grid Reference
- NGRNS 55777 63055
- Coordinates255777, 663055
W Hunter McNab (of Leiper and McNab), 1910. Large asymmetrical 2-storey villa. Franco-Scots late gothic with single, mullioned/ mullioned and transomed windows (casements) with small leaded panes, some openings basket-arched. Stugged ashlar coursers, polished dressings; gabled bays, skews run horizontally over angles, ball finials, coped stacks; broad-eaved and steep-pitched green slate roofs. Asymmetrical elevations, advanced/recessed bays and canted windows; 2-bay near-centre gable on S elevation, conical-roofed broad circular turret at SE angle; porch on E flank. Good interior with extensive oak-panelling, low-beamed ceilings, carved stone overmantels, high quality plasterwork by G Bankart of G Jackson and Sons.
Boundary wall also stugged coursers, renaissance balusters, ball-finialled octagonal gatepiers.
Statement of Special Interest
Formerly used as a university hall of residence, now (June 1999) sub-divided into 3 flats. Built for John Anderson. Upgraded B to A 3 August 1990.
Glasgow at a Glance, 166; also information by Courtesy of Buildings of Scotland Research Unit. Dean of Guild Ref 2/2975 information from Iain Paterson, Glasgow City Council.
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