First look inside the luxury Glasgow Park Quadrant Residences

A collection of apartments, duplexes and penthouses that will form the missing piece of Park Circus, Glasgow have recently been released for sale, and this is what buyers can expect from their luxurious new home.

Contemporary residential development, Park Quadrant Residences will complete the original concentric ringed design of the 19th century masterplan for the prestigious area, envisioned by architect Charles Wilson in 1851.

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The eleven buildings have been designed to be sympathetic to the area’s rich heritage, with its historic high-quality architecture often heralded as the finest example of Victorian townscape in the city.

Natural sandstone will be used to complement the palette of materials used within Park Circus, while the roof re-invents the grand architecture of nearby Park Terrace.

Picture: a living room in the Residences, supplied

On the exterior, the 98 one, two, three and four-bedroom homes will speak of the grandeur of the era in which they were imagined, while the interiors will combine classic and contemporary design with every modern convenience.

All of the homes will boast exceptional 2.9m ceiling height, full height bay windows, oversized internal doors and generously proportioned room sizes, mirroring the historical opulence of the Park Circus area.

Renowned Glasgow-born interior designer, John Amabile Design has expertly captured the essence of the homes to create vibrant spaces for luxurious 21st century living, which evoke the timeless elegance of the 19th century.

Picture: the entrance hall, supplied

Working with square footage more usually associated with period properties and striking cornicing and mouldings reminiscent of classical architecture, John Amabile Design has created Park Quadrant Residences’ interiors to showcase the perfect blend of traditional elegance and contemporary styling.

Picture: the kitchen, supplied

The interiors incorporate high quality finishes and materials of timber, marble and ceramics to portray an array of Scottish designs and a timeless ethos.

John Amabile said; “The fusion of comfort, style and city dwelling allows for an enviable and desirable series of interiors worthy of the impressive Park Quadrant Residences and it’s fantastic to be involved at this early stage to influence all of the design elements, not just the finishing.

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“The scale and window detailing, as well as the internal finish of each apartment, have allowed us to play with a range of textures, colours and forms to create an architectural feel, enhancing the surroundings of the residences, as well as the geographical area itself.

“From the cool blues and dusky greys of our ever-changing Scottish skies, to the warmth of natural highland finishes and simplistic bleached coastal woods, each apartment will incorporate the flexibility and beauty of open plan living.”

A contemporary Italian influence is evident in a luxe monochrome colour palette with warmer accent tones to create a luxurious hotel foyer impression.

Picture: the hallway, supplied

Gordon Coster, Director at Ambassador Developments Park Quadrant Limited, said; “Our collection of apartments, duplexes and penthouses at Park Quadrant Residences will be some of the most luxurious in the country, combining traditional architecture with contemporary interiors.

“The interiors are being curated by John Amabile Design and will use the remarkable scale of the properties to illustrate the impressive level of finish that can be achieved and will cater to a range of buyers to help them envisage life at the development.”

The duplex apartments will offer private gardens and rear terraces, providing luxury living over two floors, while the exclusive penthouse collection will span the entire floor of each block.

It will showcase dramatic vaulted ceilings and full width roof terraces to offer extensive outdoor living space and views of the city.

Prices at Park Quadrant Residences start from £395,000. And for further information, please visit the Park Residences website.

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