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Louise Bramhill


A superb example of a Victorian, period villa, in a leafy suburb of Glasgow


Season:
Through The Year


Location:
UK


Credits:
GAP Interiors/Douglas Gibb


Feature No:   1058 

 
  
 
  
 
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Synopsis
The house was built for John McArthur, a Victorian paint manufacturer and his wife, Margaret, around about 1880. Its name, 'Dunclutha', means ‘views of the Clyde’, which is the outlook from the observatory, a circular room accessed by its own staircase. The view is both awe-inspiring and peaceful, ‘it is a fantastic spot for fireworks at New year’ Louise explains.
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