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The flat is situated in one of the most up and coming areas of Glasgow, with new restaurants, cafes and galleries always popping up. So you won't have to go far to experience some of the best that Glasgow has to offer! From great new fish restaurants to the famous Ben Nevis pub (with live traditional music sessions and many whiskeys to sample) you could easily spend all your time only a few doors away from the flat. Kelvingrove Park is just around the corner and the Clyde river , SECC, Clyde Auditorium and the BBC are only a 5 minute walk away.
Of course if you would like to venture further than this then the flat is the perfect base from which to do so. Finnieston is located right between the city centre and the West End, with each being only a 15 minute walk away. However if you don't feel like walking (or if it's raining as it does from time to time in Glasgow!) the bus stop is only across the road. The Exhibition Centre train station is a 5 min walk away and the motorway a 2 minute drive. There is free parking a 3 min walk from the flat.
More about the flat...
Located right on the main street the flat is a traditional Glaswegian tenement with high ceilings and wooden floors throughout. The flat is warm and homely and comes with the loveliest neighbours in the city. You will have full access to the kitchen, lounge and bathroom. There is a good shower and hot water is always available. One of the most unique features of the flat is the large south facing roof terrace out the back. This is an amazing space in the spring / summer and on sunny days we often eat breakfast, lunch and dinner out here.
Short and long stays are welcome and the flat would suit tourists, professionals or short-term students (it is a 10 min walk through the park to the university). If you would like to know more don't hesitate to get in touch and I'd be happy to answer any questions.
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I've lived in Glasgow for 13 years and most of it in Finnieston. Originally came to Glasgow to study in the art school and have worked in a variety of jobs from community arts to therapeutic work.