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TUCKED away in a quiet tree­lined lo­ca­tion in the Broomhill area of Glas­gow is an exquisitely re­fur­bished, ar­chi­tect-de­signed mews prop­erty. It also has a de­light­ful pri­vate court­yard gar­den – and a pri­vate park­ing space, the lat­ter a god­send in the west end of the city.

In­trigue, piqued by the ex­ter­nal ar­chi­tec­tural de­tails and pic­turesque set­ting, be­comes love at first sight as soon as you en­ter the vestibule and step down a few stairs to a con­tem­po­rary open-plan liv­ing/din­ing/kitchen area that spans 27ft x 21ft and oc­cu­pies the ground floor level with the ex­cep­tion of a cloak­room next to the stair­case.

Off the up­stairs land­ing are two spa­cious dou­ble bed­rooms and the main bath­room. The prin­ci­pal bed­room sur­prises on sev­eral counts: while the key fea­ture is vir­tu­ally a full wall of glazed bi-fold doors open­ing fully onto a well-screened and decked pri­vate bal­cony/seat­ing area out­side, which is south-fac­ing and ex­tends the bed­room sub­stan­tially, con­cealed be­hind opaque slid­ing doors, is an en suite shower room and two fit­ted wardrobes. The triple as­pect ground floor liv­ing area has a dou­ble-height

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