Archive for the ‘Where to live in Scotland?’ Category

Living in the heart of Glasgow City Centre has many benefits. From being the hub of many transport links, the array of shops, bars, restaurants and cafes, popular nightlife and even a world-renowned University, Glasgow City Centre truly has a lot to offer any home buyer. It’s much more than just a living destination for […]

Living in the heart of Glasgow City Centre has many benefits. From being the hub of many transport links, the array of shops, bars, restaurants and cafes, popular nightlife and even a world-renowned University, Glasgow City Centre truly has a lot to offer any home buyer. It’s much more than just a living destination for […]

A much sought-after area of Glasgow for buyers and renters, the West End of Glasgow is known for its beautiful homes, stunning architecture, popular attractions and is also one of the best places for a night out. Popular also for students for its close proximity to the University of Glasgow and Anniesland College. For the […]

Back in the 1800s, the West End of Glasgow was home to many wealthy merchants, building lavish, leafy estates just a stone’s throw away from the hustle and bustle of the growing industrial heart of the City. Fast forward to the present day, it still maintains that lavish flair and an air of sophistication with […]

When it comes to living in Glasgow, there’s no shortage of amazing places to choose from, whether it’s being in the heart of the city or the trendy west end.  But have you considered the southside? Once dubbed an ‘up and coming’ area, it’s now one of the most sought-after places to stay. With traditional […]

Fancy living in one of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world? If you live in Glasgow then luckily you won’t have too far to travel, with Dennistoun in the East End of Glasgow just awarded 8th place on Time Out’s recent list of coolest neighbourhoods in the world. So what makes Dennistoun so special? Known […]

Out with the old, in with the new is a traditional New Year’s phrase on many minds as we’ve moved into 2019, especially when it comes to choosing a property. While traditional homes have their style and charm, modern builds offer the excitement of a brand new living space and fresh environment. So, let’s take […]

When it comes to claiming the title of Glasgow’s coolest quarter, the Southside has been making a strong bid in recent years. And what’s not to love? Desirable sandstone tenements packed with period features? Check. Plenty of great places for brunch or a post-work cocktail? Check. A strong community spirit? You bet! Shawlands is the […]

From 1914 the Battlefield Rest was known as ‘the most exotic tram shelter in Scotland’ but faced demolition in the 1990s. Saved and brought back to its formal glory, since 1994 it’s been a popular Italian and Continental bistro. We met its saviour and owner Marco Giannasi. Why did you choose the Battlefield Rest? The […]

Six years ago The Cup & Saucer Vintage Tea Room was born out of a lifelong passion for baking and all things vintage. Almost hidden away in De Courcy’s Arcade in the West End of Glasgow, it is a testament to Samantha and Tony Newell’s passion for the vintage lifestyle – from its mid-century décor […]

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