The Mews, Woodside Place Lane

Our third development project for our client Henry Duncan comprises the conversion of a 4-storey A-listed townhouse and a new build mews house, situated on Woodside Place in Park Area, Glasgow.

Woodside Place is situated in the Park Area of Glasgow which has been going through a renaissance over the last 20 years where the sumptuous townhouses have been converted back to residential. The street was designed by the architect George Smith in 1835 and later in 1842 for numbers 12 to 21. In 1970 the buildings on this street received a Category A listing from Historic Scotland.

Woodside Place, Glasgow
Henry Duncan (West End) Ltd.
Project Type
Project Status
Completed September 2023

A 2-storey mews extension was added to No. 26 in the mid-to-late 1960s when the property was the offices of George Davie, Crawford and Partners, an engineering firm. The construction of the extension comprised a concrete/ steel frame on the Ground Floor, supporting a single storey of cavity masonry construction with a flat roof.

Following a period of close consultation with planning it was decided to demolish the existing rear extension and replace this with a modern but sympathetic mews house that would be a more fitting mews building along the lane.

The design of the new 3/4-bedroom mews-style family home facing onto Woodside Lane features zero carbon technology, traditional materials, and contemporary detailing. A large open-plan living space is located at the top of the house taking advantage of the light and views with a generous terrace and aluminium bi-fold doors.

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