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Park Circus Townhouse conversion moves ahead

February 21 2011

Park Circus Townhouse conversion moves ahead
Ellson Buchanan Architects, a newly formed Glasgow based practice, have been commissioned to convert a 150 year old A listed townhouse back to its original function as a home, continuing a trend for residential conversions in the Park Circus estate.

Designed by Charles Wilson the terraced property was first built in 1861 to accommodate Glasgow’s burgeoning middle class, a status the private client is keen to rediscover via restored period details whilst inserting contemporary additions.

The practice are ideally placed to handle the conversion, they operate from a converted A-listed west end terrace themselves.

Practice co-founder Emma Ellson notes, “This is a magnificent property and a fantastic commission for our practice. We look forward to working with our clients to transform this 19th century townhouse into a home that can grow with their family, fit for 21st Century living.”

Conversion work is due to be completed in December 2011.


Janet and Stuart Ellson
#1 Posted by Janet and Stuart Ellson on 21 Feb 2011 at 19:55 PM
We're wishing you every success! Know this will be a stunning conversion.
Ian Atkinson
#2 Posted by Ian Atkinson on 22 Feb 2011 at 15:36 PM
Good luck with the new business
Irene & John Irving
#3 Posted by Irene & John Irving on 23 Feb 2011 at 00:29 AM
WOW. Fantastic news. Looking forward to hearing all about the job as it progresses.

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