Unusual end terraced bungalow

Unusual end terraced bungalow

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Liz

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

NB Please note I have arranged exchanges for summer 2016, so only available after 01 March 2017.

The end terraced bungalow, built in 1970, sits in a cul-de-sac of eight houses in private communal gardens. The house consists of 3 bedrooms (2 double and 1 single/office), lounge, large kitchen/dinning area, family bathroom and shower room with a toilet. The house is of an unusual design which includes an integral patio and small private garden to the back of the house. A car exchange is also negotiable.
Partickhill Court is in the residential area of Hyndland in the West End of Glasgow, Scotland’s biggest city. Within walking distance to Byres Road known as the heart of the West End due to its many shops, restaurants, bars and cafes, and nearby the Botanic Gardens, Kelvingrove and Glasgow University. The city is home to many art galleries and museums the most recent being the Riverside Museum named as European Museum of 2013; top notch restaurants; array of entertainment venues and a thriving retail scene including high street chains as well as many independent shops.
The city residents, Glaswegians, welcomed the Commonwealth Games in July 2014 with all the sporting venues now being used by Glaswegians.
Not only is Glasgow a hip and artsy city famed for its humour and fast-talking charm, but it is also the gateway to the Scottish Highlands and Islands, and just an hour by car or 75mins by train from the historical delights of Edinburgh.

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More about us

  1. Single. Two friends hope to join me during a swap.

  2. Retired from the NHS in Scotland where I was a national educational manager

  3. Love travelling and experiencing different cultures and lifestyles

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Buzzy restaurants
Nicks, Hyndland
Cool bars
The Chip, Ashton Lane
Cozy cafés
Epicures, Hyndland Road. Hyndland Fox Clarence Drive
Retail therapy
Buchanan Galleries, City Centre. Braehead Retail Park off M8 motorway
Bit of culture
Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Transport Museum
Walks in the park
Botanic Gardens
Spot of exercise
Scotstoun Sports Centre
Day tripping
Edinburgh, Loch lomond

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