According to a new study, Glasgow and Edinburgh are the spookiest cities in the UK.
In honour of Halloween, here are samples of the many homes offered recently for home exchange in the two cities (we can’t guarantee any of them are haunted though!):
Charming Victorian terraced house (in photo), circa 1863, in the Newington area of the city. It is approximately 1.5km from city centre which is walkable and with excellent transport links. Close to all the attractions and culture the city has to offer. See offer.
Spacious three bedroom Victorian lower villa situated in a peaceful, leafy cul-de-sac with central, mature shared garden and private rear garden. The house has high ceilings, original working shutters, decorative cornicing and stripped wooden floors, gas central heating. 20 minutes’ walk to the city centre and close to restaurants, parks etc. See offer.
This is a light, spacious first floor traditional tenement flat, a 15 minute walk to the High Street and all the tourist sites - galleries, the Castle, the new Parliament building, cafes. See offer.
Top floor of a Victorian house conversion (in photo), large living room with original cupola skylights and Italianate windows directly overlooking the Botanic Gardens, arboretum and River Kelvin. Situated in the heart of the West End of Glasgow, 5 minute walk through the Botanic Gardens to the main glasshouses and West End cultural hub of Byres Road with shops/cafes/restaurants. See offer.
The apartment is in the lovely and leafy West End of Glasgow, near to Kelvingrove Park and Gallery. It was built by Alexander "Greek" Thomson and makes a great base from which to explore the rich culture of Glasgow. It is close to the ameneties but also very quiet with fantastic views over the city. See offer.
Traditional, very spacious, fully furnished apartment with high (14.5') ceilings throughout. On the second floor of a distinctive Glasgow tenement block. In the heart of the most desirable part of the City, within easy walking distance of Glasgow University, the Botanics, the Kelvingrove Museum and the bohemian Ashton Lane district. See offer.