Buccleuch Street, Glasgow - One Bedroom

C~urb Lettings has a one bedroom second floor flat available for mid-market rent from early-July at Buccleuch Street, Glasgow.

Images may be of a similar property at Buccleuch Street and not of the specific property for let.  

This property is located in the Cowcaddens area of Glasgow City Centre, allowing tenants to access Glasgow's bars, restaurants and shops by foot or by utilising the city's subway system. Cowcaddens subway station is located under a minute's walk away from the property, providing tenants with access to numerous locations throughout the City. Furthermore, Queen Street Station is accessible in under 15 minutes on foot for those who commute or travel out of Glasgow.    

The property comprises of: 

  • One double bedroom with fitted wardrobe 
  • Bathroom with shower over bath  
  • Separate kitchen
  • Living room 
  • Carpeted throughout (vinyl in the kitchen and bathroom) 
  • Blinds included throughout 
  • White goods including washer-dryer, fridge freezer and fitted cooker
  • Double glazing 
  • Gas central heating 
  • EPC rating: C
  • Council tax band: C

Property information 

Buccleuch Street, Glasgow, G3 6SL  

One bedroom, second floor, flat  


Available from early-July

Monthly rent: £461.27

Deposit: £561.27

C~urb is a new commercial subsidiary of Link group with a focus on sustainability. C~urb Lettings incorporates Link2Let and Weslo Property Management into one brand. 


How to apply 

To apply for a property, please complete the online application form, which can be found only on the Link Housing Website, within the property advert. Enquiries or forms submitted on the websites of third-party advertising agents do not count as a completed application. 

To be considered for a property, you must complete an application form for each property you wish to apply for. Please note, we must receive a completed application form and supporting documents before we can arrange a viewing of the property. 

Along with the application form we require proof of all income, your latest three months’ bank statements and photographic ID.  

To qualify for mid-market rent, your (gross) annual income should not exceed £47,143.20 per household. For properties in Edinburgh, your (gross) annual income should not exceed £45,443 per household.

The monthly rent for the property must not exceed 40% of your net monthly income. Flexibility can be applied, for example, where someone in the household has a disability and has access to other funds or capital that could contribute to a sustaining a tenancy. 

Your application may be affected if your bank statements show evidence of returned or missed payments, unauthorised overdraft usage, debt management programmes, or use of short-term ‘pay-day’ or high interest lending. 

We will obtain landlord/employers references and a credit check before any offer of tenancy can be made. 

The property will be let with a Private Residential Tenancy. Tenants are responsible for Council Tax and utilities in addition to the monthly rent payments. Tenants must pay a deposit and the first months rent prior to the start date of the tenancy.