Posts In: Unique Homes

Higher Whitecraigs has long been regarded as an extremely sought after residential address within the Southside of Glasgow. Minutes from a fabulous selection of amenities in Newton Mearns and Clarkston, the area is made up of an interesting collection of up-market homes set upon attractive tree-lined streets. Roddinghead Road is one of the location’s most revered addresses and number seven is an eye-catching 1930’s two-storey villa with detached double garage, set within a very broad and well-kept plot. (more…)

A truly exceptional five bedroom Victorian conversion which forms part of ‘Arnsbrae Manor House’, and retains all the features, charm and beauty of a period house which has absolutely stunning private gardens which can only truly be appreciated upon a formal inspection. (more…)

This significant detached villa enjoys a prime, quiet and accessible position within the select and affluent suburb of Newlands.

Widely recognised as one of Greater Glasgow’s premier residential areas, Newlands is conveniently located within easy reach of Glasgow City Centre and it is largely defined by the caliber of its fine Victorian and Edwardian detached and semi-detached family homes. (more…)

Rhynd House, built circa 1879, is a beautifully appointed,  notably spacious and versatile 4/5 bedroom 3 public room Victorian villa with an adjoining 2 bedroom cottage. There are stunning panoramic views from the house, which sits in generous garden grounds extending to approximately 1 acre. (more…)

A truly magical “Grand Design” home, located in the charming village of Crossford and set on the banks of the River Nethan. Regarded as one of Scotland’s most unique homes, the property has been thoughtfully engineered and would be appealing to all age groups on the current market place. (more…)

Occupying an elevated position with a simply stunning outlook towards Tinto Hill, lies this thoughtfully designed four bedroom detached villa. This family home has undergone an extensive refurbishment and offers a fantastic luxury living style throughout. (more…)

Magnificent four bedroom semi detached house set in a beautiful rural setting yet so close to Edinburgh’s vibrant city centre. This fantastic location overlooking the historic Cammo Estate to the front and the River Almond flowing at the back provides a beautiful environment to live in. “The Myrtle” is approached via gates with a video entry system and landscaped front garden with large mono block driveway providing ample parking leading to the integrated double garage. (more…)

Ardenlea” is a beautiful Victorian blonde sandstone detached villa sitting within large mature gardens in an established area of Busby within the catchment of great schools. (more…)

Sitting proudly along one of Hyndland’s best addresses, this impressive ground floor and basement duplex apartment has the advantage of a private rear garden. Built in the late 1800s, this beautiful mid-terraced blonde sandstone building was originally built over four levels, beneath a pitched tiled roof. (more…)

Scotland has a long history of exemplary architecture and design, with plenty of historic and more modern examples, famous sites as well as hidden gems. Whether it’s transforming an old historic building into apartments or a disused space into an eco-family home, a bit of imagination and skill can create a beautiful place to live. Conversion projects are not without challenges, there are often planning restrictions to follow and it is important to factor in the history of an old property or be mindful and considerate to the surrounding landscape of somewhere more rural. As the following 5 conversions in Scotland show, clever design and a thoughtful, planned out approach can have stunning results. (more…)


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