33 Queen Mary Ave

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33 Queen Mary Avenue, Glasgow

The site is located on Queen Mary Avenue in the South side of Glasgow, close to Queen’s Park in the Crosshill area of the city. The original house was a large four storey villa including basement level and dates from the early 1900s.


The building is set back and elevated from the road, screened by mature trees. The villa is an attractive sandstone building and hosts many period architectural features including a bay window formation to the front elevation and a grand entrance flanked by columns. The building has two extensions; a large wing added to the east elevation with a triple window formation and a smaller single storey extension to the rear.


The option above shows the site cleared and independent driveways introduced. These are located as such to minimise impact on the existing trees that screen the site. This option is facilitated by minor excavation below existing basement level.