5 houses you could own in Priesthill

Muirshiel Crescent, Priesthill, G53 6XA
Offers over £109,995
3 bedroom Semi-detached

Glenmuir Avenue, Priesthill, G53 6QD
Offers over £119,995
3 bedroom Semi-detached

Priesthill Road, Priesthill, G53 6QH
Offers over £66,000
2 bedroom Semi-detached

221 Muirshiel Crescent, Priesthill, G53 6XD
Offers around £125,000
3 bedroom Semi-detached

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