Project Budget £12,000
Proposed Value £425,000 - £450,000
Staging Costs £12,000
New Valuation £525,000
Sales Price £589,000
The property was a 4-bedroom upper duplex set within a converted traditional sandstone-built, mid-Victorian Townhouse located in Glasgow’s West End.
Extending to 2,368 sq/ft over two floors, retaining a wealth of period character with ornate cornice, ceiling roses, and original fireplaces.
The owner had a passion for Hungarian Art Nouveau, influencing the existing décor but had not been updated since 2008.
The project budget was a strict £12,000, the majority of which we allocated to essential repairs, redecoration to highlight original features, and new carpets for the bedrooms.
Rooms were decluttered, then dressed as bedrooms utilising all existing furniture within the property, combined with limited supplementary furnishing hire.
Professional photography and styling were essential to attract good quality buyers.
The property went on the market for £438,000 with 57 viewers, and after just 14 days, it sold for £589,000.