Situated on the edge of the Forth and Clyde Canal & the West End district of Glasgow, “Mondriaan” is an exceptional development of apartments and completely unique townhouses. This three storey townhouse offers stylish, modern, accommodation in a desirable, picturesque location in Glasgow.
The ground floor boasts a modern, spacious livingroom with glass doors leading to a fantastic (south facing) private decking area. Additionally, there is a WC and adequate under stair storage.
The first floor offers a modern kitchen/dining room with a very pleasant south facing view, an ideal space for entertaining or relaxing. This room also has an additional lounge area offering flexible accommodation for families/professional couples. Additionally, the first floor has a large double bedroom to the front of the property with built in storage and a separate three-piece family bathroom.
The second floor offers a spacious master bedroom, with a fabulous double height ceiling, fitted wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. This room enjoys a rear southerly aspect overlooking the tree lined canal. Additionally, this floor has a further large 3rd double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and access to a loft from the upper landing.
The property has two private parking spaces to the front of the property.
The Mondriaan development lies within a quiet, convenient setting close to a whole host of local amenities including a number of shops, bars, restaurants and public transport services via bus and rail. There are good road links to the West End, City Centre and M8 motorway network, as well as a number of riverside walkways leading directly into the West End. The development is fully factored and there is a thriving residents committee accessible for all owners.
This award winning development takes its inspiration from Amsterdam, a city where canalside living is a way of modern life. The architects for the development, Holmes Partnership (now part of Holmes Miller), have been influenced by the Dutch artist Piet Mondriaan, known for his bold geometric abstracts. Mondriaan’s ideas can be seen in the use of coloured geometric shapes on the exterior of the buildings, strong blocks of colour and a variety of window unique configurations.