New Homes in Clydebank
New Homes in Clydebank
Make the move
Located in West Dunbartonshire and surrounded by countryside, buying a new home in Clydebank offers both country and urban living.
Offering a peaceful setting while still having easy access to larger towns and cities, it’s a great place for commuters and those looking for the best of both worlds.
Things to see and do
You’ll find plenty of excitement in Clydebank – home to one of two sites of the Highland Fling Bungee. This activity can be enjoyed on the Titan Crane Bungee, dropping you 45 metres, causing you to freefall towards water before a jump cord brings you back.
Other attractions include the Clydebank Museum and Gallery, located in the Town Hall, bringing the area’s history to life. Featuring both permanent and temporary exhibitions, its Singer Sewing Collection was awarded the 'Recognised Collection of National Significance' by Museums Galleries Scotland in 2013.
Clydebank also offers everything you could need for everyday living. Clyde Shopping Centre features shops, leisure and dining options and is only 15 minutes away from Glasgow.
Here you’ll find lots of attractions to explore, such as Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, which houses many impressive artefacts. It sits within the Kevlingrove Park which features a Heritage Trail with 35 sites of interest along the way.
Shopping is also a must in Glasgow, with both high street options and independent boutiques for one-off buys.
Clydebank and nearby Glasgow offer a wide selection of schools as well as options for further education. The University of Glasgow offers a selection of undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes at its historic campus.
Clydebank’s location makes it ideal for those looking for great transport links and easy access to surrounding areas.
For those travelling by road, the A82 and A814 are two of the town’s main roads, with the A82 a 10-minute drive from the M8. From here Glasgow is a 10-minute drive via the Erskine Bridge.
For those travelling by rail, Clydebank Station offers frequent trains. Glasgow can be reached in 21 minutes, Dumbarton in 16 minutes, and Paisley in one hour and 4 minutes.
The nearest airport is Glasgow, which offers a selection of domestic and international flights.