11 houses you could own in Jordanhill

57 Jordanhill Drive, Jordanhill, G13 1UW
Offers over £355,000
3 bedroom Semi-detached

43 Mitre Road, Jordanhill, G14 9LE
Offers over £550,000
4 bedroom Semi-detached

109 Munro Road, Jordanhill, G13 1SD
Offers over £295,000
3 bedroom Semi-detached

1 Wykeham Road, Jordanhill, G13 3YP
Offers over £495,000
4 bedroom Semi-detached

5 Laurel Park Gardens, Jordanhill, G13 1RA
Offers over £385,000
5 bedroom Detached

3 Southbrae Gardens, Jordanhill, G13 1UB
Offers over £560,000
5 bedroom Townhouse

Whittingehame Drive, Jordanhill, G12 0YH
Offers over £440,000
4 bedroom Detached

31 Munro Road, Jordanhill, G13 1SQ
Offers over £390,000
4 bedroom Terraced

6 Milner Road, Jordanhill, G13 1QL
Offers over £365,000
3 bedroom Terraced

Fifth Avenue, Jordanhill, G12 0AR
Offers Over £229,000
3 bedroom Semi-detached

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