The West End house where Sir William Burrell lived has been converted into luxury properties.
Four high-end homes at A-listed Burrell House, 8 Great Western Terrace, are now available to buy with price tags ranging from £585,000 to £635,000.
The building, designed by celebrated Scottish architect Alexander Greek Thompson, was home to the renowned art collector and shipping merchant for 25 years.
After months of renovation work by Glasgow firm Spectrum Properties, the development is now complete.
William Burrell lived at the address, off Great Western Road, between 1902 and 1927.
A plaque is on the building to commemorate the famous philanthropist's residence.
Burrell House, which shares a post code with some of the city's most expensive addresses, has been divided up into two and three-bedroom homes. Two of the new properties cover the ground and lower ground levels and another two in the first and second floors.
Each of the homes is around 2500sq ft in size and they are all accessed from the original hall where features including the stairs and oak panelling have been restored. They also have their own gardens and private parking.
William Roddie, managing director of Spectrum Properties, bought the house - which is also a former nursing home - 10 years ago and has refurbished the building internally and externally.
He said: "We have already had a lot of interest in these fantastic properties.
"Working with architects we have taken great care to restore many of the original features to their former glory."
William Burrell is most famous for his 9000-strong art collection which was donated it to his home city in 1944 and is displayed at Pollok Park.
The pieces are currently the subject of a debate about whether or not they should be lent out while the Burrell Collection building undergoes a £40million revamp from 2016 to 2020. Sir William, who died in 1958, stipulated they shouldn't be moved.