Additions and alterations to 2 Queen's Crescent

M241 Additions and alterations to 2 Queen's Crescent

Address: 2, Queen's Crescent, Glasgow G4 9BW
Date: 1904–5
Client: Dr James Hardy
Authorship: Authorship category 4 (Office) (Office)

Honeyman, Keppie & Mackintosh's drawings submitted to the Glasgow Dean of Guild Court show additions and alterations for James Hardy, M.D. when he took up residence in this 1840s four-storey, yellow sandstone terraced house. 1 The work carried out comprised an indoor W.C., kitchen sink and cupboard shelves in the basement; an outdoor toilet and washhouse tubs; a new basin in Dr Hardy's ground-floor consulting room; removing a first-floor internal wall; two canted dormer windows and a new bathroom in the attic; and associated painting work.

Authorship: This is one of over 270 jobs carried out in the office of John Honeyman & Keppie (Honeyman, Keppie & Mackintosh from 1901) during Mackintosh's time there. Mackintosh undoubtedly worked on many of these, but there is no specific evidence for his involvement in this case.

Cost from office job book: £763 7s 10½d

Status: Standing building

Current use: Offices (2014)

Listing category: B: Listed as '1–18 Queen's Crescent and 106 West Princes Street and 1 Melrose Street'

Historic Scotland/HB Number: 32247

RCAHMS Site Number: NS56NE 3295

Grid Reference: NS 58059 66484

GPS coordinates: lat = 55.870583, lng = -4.270098   (Map)


1: Dr Hardy is listed at 2 Queen's Crescent in the Glasgow Post Office Directory for the first time in 1904–5. Glasgow Post Office Directory, 1904–5, p. 911; Elizabeth Williamson, Anne Riches and Malcolm Higgs, Buildings of Scotland: Glasgow, London: Penguin, 1990, p. 288.