With leafy terraces, imposing Edwardian tenements and eclectic cultural attractions, property in Hyndland is amongst the most desirable in Glasgow. Situated in the city's stylish West End, Hyndland flats are steeped in history and offer beautiful homes for renters.
Living in Hyndland promises to be a fun, cultured experience, with local eateries, theatres and music venues creating a warm and inviting atmosphere. What's more, the presence of tree-lined streets and beautiful buildings make Hyndland one of Glasgow's most picturesque neighbourhoods. As a result, flats in Hyndland will appeal to families, students and young professionals alike.
For those looking for a home with parkland nearby, Kelvingrove Park is a 20 minute walk away to the south west. Victoria Park and the Glasgow Academicals Sports club are also located nearby to the district.
Hyndland railway station is on hand for anyone wishing to travel into the centre of town quickly, as well a wide range of bus routes. A secondary school, hospital and lawn bowling club complete a set of amenities that will appeal to most families.
As a mainly residential, comfortable area on the outskirts of Glasgow’s city centre, Hyndland shares many aspects with Cathcart, which could be seen as an alternative in the south of the city. One thing that both neighbourhoods (and much of residential Glasgow) have in common is a prevalence of churches, which abound in both districts. In Hyndland, they have begun converting some of the spare ones – and the United Presbyterian Church has been turned into a theatre called Cottier’s.