Anniesland is an ideal location to rent in, especially if you are looking to avoid the usual Glasgow rush. Excellent transport links with the rest of the city, however, mean you're never too far away from the hustle of the city, should you miss it.
The district is situated around Crow Road and Great Western Road, a junction referred to as the Anniesland Cross.
The area is bordered by Kelvindale, Jordanhill and Kelvinside; there is plenty of greenery nearby with Victoria Park, Knightswood Park and Ruchill Park in Possilpark all located in the districts surrounding Anniesland.
If you choose to reside in Anniesland, you can enjoy its local amenities and services, such as great shopping centres and close proximity to Glasgow's Botanic Gardens and Bearsden Ski Centre.
Property in Anniesland is typically made up of modern builds or redeveloped traditional buildings, such as the Ascot Cinema flats. Residents also have the chance to live in Anniesland Court, the tallest listed building in Scotland; which is home to a confusing layout of houses in which 7 levels of flats are spread across 24 floors.
It isn’t the only option for people looking for a place to live in in Glasgow’s suburbs, and Croftfoot in the south could be a viable alternative – its selection of cottage flats combine elegance and affordability nicely.