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The magnificent exterior of this 18th century 'A' Listed house was restored in 1990s by the Glasgow Building Preservation Trust . The Trust's HQ is in this very house as is the Scottish Civic Trust. 'Doors Open' allowed a visit inside . Although now it's...More
Came across this house while walking around the Merchant City area. Sadly, because we had not booked it was closed to the public - although a courier was making a delivery while we were there.
It is a well preserved example of a Georgian House...More
Nice bit of architecture from the height of Glasgows trade heyday. Nice to look at and pleasant to walk past if going for an architectural tour of Glasgow or a stroll through the merchant city. To get the most out of the history of Glasgows...More
This was an interesting house. It's built in a Victorian Style and is simple yet elegant, it looks stunning in the sun light. It truly captures how part of the wealth of the tobacco trade helped shape Glasgow.