Should you have an emergency situation out of normal office hours we would ask that you contact the relevant tradesman directly (please note the tradesmen will use their discretion as to what is classified as an emergency)
Stunning example of a traditional Glasgow west end tenement flat with spacious rooms and open, stunning views over the shared gardens. The property comprises hallway, large living room and a separate dining room with very large windows. There are two double bedrooms and bathroom with shower over the bath. The property further benefits from Gas central heating, secure entry system and shared residential gardens. NO HMO & NOT AVAILABLE FOR STUDENTS Lansdowne Crescent was one of the West End of Glasgow's first crescents built some 150 years ago in honour of the 3rd Marquis of Lansdowne. There are an abundance of local amenities including, shops, bars, restaurants close by on Great Western Road and Byres Road is still within walking distance. Transport provided by Kelvinbridge Underground and numerous bus routes. Located two minutes walk from Kelvinbridge Underground and the University of Glasgow and within walking distant of the Western Infirmary. Local amenities include a range of restaurants, cafes, grocery stores, health food stores, bars and interior decor shops. EPC BAND - E Landlord registration number - 6470/260/05020 Tenant Suitability: Professionals - Yes Sharers - No Students - No Smokers- No Pets- No DSS - No HMO - No **Please note restrictions are imposed by the landlord and may be based on mortgage or insurance conditions**
Because of your help I could finally settle down and continue my study in Scotland. Please allow me to express my sincere thanks and appreciation
Thank you again for all your help and advice. Brilliant customer service and it was a real pleasure meeting you.
Mr MacDonald (landlord)
We were tenants in a flat managed by Fineholm for 12 months. The tenancy was mostly hassle free and the small maintenance issues we had were sorted out without a fuss. Overall our experience of Fineholm was very good.