Submitted by Bulmer Hobson on Tue, 2010-03-23
Owned and managed under the auspices of the National Trust of Scotland, The Tenement House in Glasgow’s Garnethill district is a fascinating retrospective insight into Glasgow life and social history from the late 19th Century to early 20th Century.
Take a trip down memory lane and experience one of Glasgow’s hidden Victorian treasures, located at 145 Buccleuch Street, a mere 5 minute walk from Sauchiehall Street.
This first-floor flat is a typical late Victorian example, consisting of four rooms and retaining most of its original features such as its bed recesses, kitchen range, coal bunker and bathroom.
The furniture, furnishings and personal possessions of Miss Agnes Toward, who lived here for over fifty years, present a fascinating picture of domestic life at the beginning of the 20th century.
The Tenement House is in Glasgow city centre and is easily acessible by foot. It is at 145 Buccleuch Street, north west of Sauchiehall Street pedestrian shopping area.
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