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A series of images have shown the inside of an abandoned pet hotel, hidden by woodlands near Glasgow. The property in Chryston was put up for sale last year, with estate agent photos showing the buildings having gone to seed.

The Courtyard Pet Hotel includes two residential buildings – a bungalow and a cottage – as well as several outbuildings, including dog kennels, a cattery, storage space and lots of green fields.

Much of the property and its land was left in need of some major TLC, with the grassy fields looking dry, dead, and overgrown, reports Glasgow Live.

Inside the kennels(Image: On the Market / Galbraith – Stirling)
The dog run has become overgrown(Image: On the Market / Galbraith – Stirling)
Fields are included as part of the 4.5-acre property(Image: On the Market / Galbraith – Stirling)

Both residential buildings are in need of major modernising, as both the interior and exterior appear dated. The windows on both are also seen boarded up.

The cottage has two floors with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room and kitchen. The bungalow has three bedrooms, two bathrooms (including an ensuite), a dining room, sitting room, kitchen, utility room and a large conservatory.

Despite its run-down look, there is potential for another pet hotel to spring up, with kennels, a dog run, and a cattery on site, as well as a washroom and timber store in the outbuildings and a double garage.

The whole plot, including the meadowy forest, is just over 4.5 acres. And it sits in a private but accessible position, close to the centre of Chryston and only a few miles north-east of Glasgow.

The cottage has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a living room, and kitchen(Image: On the Market / Galbraith – Stirling)
The interior is dated and in need of improvising(Image: On the Market / Galbraith – Stirling)
The bungalow’s windows are also boarded up(Image: On the Market / Galbraith – Stirling)

The property had been on sale with Galbraith Stirling for £350,000 last year, but the listing has since been removed.

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