Chic Showcase: Burrell House in Glasgow

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Today’s showcased property is the stunning Burrell House in Glasgow. Formerly the home of art collector and shipping magnate Sir William Burrell, this stunning home has now been converted into four luxurious apartments. Situated on Great Western Terrace in Glasgow, it is widely regarded as one of Glasgow’s most desirable addresses in the thriving West End.

Each of the properties extends to over 2,000 sq ft with the restoration of many existing features throughout. All four of the luxurious homes
will be accessed from the original grand entrance hall which is home to many stunning period features such as the original stairs and oak panelling. Much care has been taken to ensure these have been carefully restored and brought back to their original condition.
The finish on each property will be amazing and include beautiful high quality hardwood flooring, a choice of high specification kitchen individually designed specifically for Burrell House, a modern state of the art heating system, and a comprehensive security system. They really will be stunning. Two properties will be situated across the ground floor with another two on the first floor.
You can see the real quality, space and light from the photos below.

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Doesn’t the space look stunning? Maybe a dream home for a lot of us but well worth the dream!

The property is available to view through Savills and each apartment will sell for a fixed price of £590,000.

Brought to you in collaboration with Savills

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2 Comments

  1. November 6, 2013 / 1:52 pm

    I think ‘WOW’ sums this up. What a stunning property. I love the lounge with the log burning stove and gorgeous upholstery choices in deep sumptuous colours and the chandeliers are just beautiful – very befitting for this large, high ceilinged room. For me personally the sleigh bed is a bit heavy, I agree the room needs a statement bed, but I may tone it down a little and go for an upholstered sleigh bed rather than solid wood.

  2. December 18, 2015 / 4:08 pm

    Probably one of the nicest properties I’ve seen for a while! Looks great!

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