Glasgow's West End is characteristically charming, with property on offer varying between trendy new build flats and the classic Georgian and Victorian tenements and penthouse flats of Hyndland and Dowanhill. Options further afield into Glasgow’s West End include Partick, which shares the bohemian feel of the central west.
If you choose to live in Glasgow's fashionable West End, not only can you enjoy the beautiful architecture of the area and great central location, but you can discover a new experience in the West End's café and dining culture besides numerous bars, shops, theatres and attractions, such as the Hunterian Art Gallery and Museum's collection of Rennie Mackintosh designs. If you are looking for a more affordable district that borders Glasgow’s main west end areas, consider Anniesland to the north of Hyndland.
The area is centres along the Great Western Road and around Kelvingrove Park, which is adjacent to the main campus of the University of Glasgow. The River Kelvin runs through the area.
Of course, whilst it offers an extremely attractive destination for anyone looking to rent in Glasgow, the West End isn’t the only option available. If you’re struggling to find property in the West End, the South and East or Rutherglen in between all have something to offer as well.