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, Scotland
Date built: 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 property is set behind a low boundary wall with wrought-iron gates and railings.
Charles Rennie Mackintosh architect
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Rennie Mackintosh architect – information about this world-famous Glaswegian architect over on the international e-architect website.
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St Vincent Street Church – a fascinating world-famous structure that is located just west of the city centre
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Scottish National Arena Glasgow design by Foster & Partners, based in London, England
Moray Place – designed by the celebrated Glaswegian architect Alexander “Greek” Thomson, who eventually died at this address in Strathbungo, on the south side of the city:
photo : Twospoonfuls, CC BY-SA 3.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Website: Balgrayhill Road – property information on the commercial website www.rightmove.co.uk
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