Kirklee Mansions | Lowther Terrace, Glasgow
The composition of these individually designed Edwardian townhouses is more reminiscent of London’s Cadogan Square than anything Scottish. Each is a different interpretation of Jacobean Renaissance style, elaborately modelled with shaped gables, pilasters and turrets to form a magnificent and very elegant terrace using the same combination of Giffnock and Bishopbriggs stone and, unusually, they all have Westmoreland slate roofs. The first house was built in 1904 by the architect James Miller, perhaps most famous for designing the Turnberry Hotel in Ayrshire.
Around 1906 and then in 1910, as Great Western Road gradually became less rural, two adjoining properties were added to complete the Terrace.
In 2016, L&S Homes will launch one of the most prestigious residential developments ever to grace Glasgow’s West End, restoring the original houses to their former splendour and adding a magnificent new apartment building adjacent. It will be, unquestionably, one of the most sought after developments in the city. An exclusive collection of beautiful, elegant and unique apartments for the most discerning buyer.