THE GLASGOW DAILY HERALD, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1860
DESIRABLE COAST RESIDENCE FOR SALE
There will be exposed to sale, by public roup, within the Faculty of Procurator’s Hall, Saint George’s Place, Glasgow, on Wednesday the 7th March next, at two o’clock, (unless previously disposed of by public bargain,) the property of Shandon Bank, beautifully situated on the Gareloch, at Shandon.
There are two cottages, with separate entrances, on the grounds,which extend to about three-fourths of an acre, and are tastefully laid out. Each cottage is provided with a substantially built circular tower or summer-house, ten feet in diameter, situated on the shore.
One cottage contains, on the ground floor, dining and drawing rooms, one bedroom, kitchen, water closet, etc; and on the second floor, four good bedrooms and closet; there are also a two-stalled stable, coach house, laundry, and cellars. The other cottage contains parlour and two bedrooms, kitchen, scullery, water closet etc. There is direct access to the sea through the grounds. Feu-duty £5.
To insure competition, the upset price will be £800.
For further particulars apply to Galbraith and Maclay, Writers, 108 West George Street, Glasgow, in whose hands are the title deeds and articles of roup.