DALRYMPLE COLLECTION

Almost 150 years ago, esteemed architect James Thomson designed Belhaven Terrace and Belhaven Terrace West to be some of Glasgow’s most distinguished 19th Century terraces. Now that elegant Victorian facade with its classical dormers, bay windows and slate roofs is being respectfully restored whilst inside we have created fifteen contemporary two and three bedroom apartments.

Step outside to Belhaven Terrace West Lane and you enter a world of peace and serenity. This is where the past meets the future and we have created five modern villas. These three semi-detached and two detached, three and four bedroom homes promise to deliver a new West End experience.

NESTLED BEHIND THE TREES, THE FACADE OF BELHAVEN TERRACE PRESENTS A CHARMING FACE TO THE GRAND BOULEVARD THAT IS GREAT WESTERN ROAD

Here at The Dalrymple Collection, where the new and the old sit perfectly together, you are afforded the luxury of choice. The golden honey sandstone creating a harmonious link between the Victorian Dalrymple Residences and the 21st Century Dalrymple Villas, perfectly aligned at the heart of the West End, the city’s most creative and culturally rich neighbourhood.

DALRYMPLE RESIDENCES

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Formed within these Victorian townhouses, enjoying expansive views over Kirklee Terrace, each new apartment has been designed and built with meticulous attention to architectural detail & finish.

DALRYMPLE VILLAS

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Here in Belhaven Terrace Lane you can experience a completely new outlook in West End living. In the creation of these five mews homes, we have used an imaginative take on traditional architectural values.

HISTORY

Belhaven Terrace West was designed by the architect James Thomson (1835-1905) and built in the early 1870s. Glasgow University acquired five of the houses at the west end of the terrace and employed the architect WRN Ramsay to convert them to a hall of residence. Dalrymple Hall opened to students in October 1965.The hall was named for one of Scotland’s most famous jurists, James Dalrymple (1619-1695), 1st Viscount Stair. Stair was a graduate of the University (1637) and taught there from 1641 to 1647.

Register Your Interest

Dalrymple Residences ~ 15 Stunning, 2 & 3 Bed Apartments

Dalrymple Villas ~ 5 Contemporary Mews Homes

For further details please contact Sandra McGuire:

Tel:  0141 222 1491
Email: info@landshomes.co.uk

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