Balgrayhill Road, Glasgow Double Villa, Architect, House, Scottish Property Project

Balgrayhill Road Villa : Historic Glaswegian Building

Rennie Mackintosh Architecture: Strathclyde Property, Scotland

post updated 6 Mar 2021

Balgrayhill Road House

Address: 140-142 Balgrayhill Road, Glasgow G21 3TN

Date: 1890

Architect: Charles Rennie Mackintosh

Status: Grade A listed, 1977

Property: includes Redclyffe

140-142 Balgrayhill Road was designed by Rennie Mackintosh for his cousin, James Hamilton.

Symmetrical two-storey double villa with massive canted and piended outer bays, main roof swept down between over 2 lower, close-spaced narrow bays. Red ashlar with polished dressings. Slate roofs with bracketed eaves.

The villa is set behind a low boundary wall with wrought-iron gates and railings.

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photo : Thomas Nugent – Balgrayhill Road, courtesy of wikimedia commons

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