New Homes in Glasgow
A place that’s transforming all the time, into its modern guise as an exciting and cosmopolitan hub, Glasgow is the biggest city in Scotland. Whether you’re taking the family to one of the famous museums, enjoying a meal and a few drinks in the West End, or going to see the Old Firm in action at one of the two major football stadiums, houses in Glasgow are hugely attractive.
Close to Hamilton and West Dunbartonshire, where you’ll find Loch Lomond, you can also drive to Stirling in half an hour and Edinburgh in about double that. You can scroll down to see our latest developments near Glasgow now.
Thanks to many years of redevelopment, regeneration and reworking of its reputation into a vibrant, modern city, living in Glasgow has never been better. And whether you’re buying your first home or your fifth, don’t miss offers like our Part Exchange scheme to help you get moving. With this, we could take care of your estate agent fees and save you from a lot of the stress involved with selling your current home, by acting as your guaranteed buyer.
Things to see and do in Glasgow
Glasgow has garnered an increasingly lofty reputation as a cultural hotspot in recent years. You can delve into the city’s rich culture by visiting places like the Gallery of Modern Art, Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum and the hands-on Riverside Museum. Glasgow Green, George Square and Glasgow Cathedral are all great spots to visit, along with the interactive Glasgow Science Centre.
If your idea of top culture is hitting the shops, head to Buchanan Street where you can enjoy a bite to eat and a drink at one of the many bars, restaurants and cafes after you’ve hit the stores. Should sport be your culture of choice, pick a side in the Old Firm rivalry and head to either Ibrox or Celtic Park to see Rangers or Celtic in action. And to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, don’t miss open spaces such as Cathkin Braes Country Park, Pollock Country Park and Seven Lochs Wetland Park.
As you’d probably expect with such a big city, there are plenty of excellent schools in and around Glasgow for your kids to attend. Older children can go to institutions such as Hillhead High School which is in the west of the city by Kelvingrove Park. There’s a primary school opposite which has received an excellent inspection report from Education Scotland and could be a great choice for your little ones. The West End is also a good place to live for being within catchment areas for top performing schools like Hyndland Secondary School and Jordanhill School.
Transport links in Glasgow
As Scotland’s biggest city, Glasgow has superb transport links. In many ways, all roads lead to Glasgow, with the M73, M74, M77 and M80 motorways all heading towards the city. Plus there’s the M8, which allows you to drive to Edinburgh in an hour. Bus, air and rail links are strong too, with Glasgow Central offering trains to the south and Queen Street to the north and Edinburgh and Glasgow Airport eight miles from the city centre.
The Glasgow property market
It’s probably little surprise to you that house prices in Glasgow are higher than the average across the rest of Scotland, but not restrictively so. City centre living is possible in flats and often smaller homes than you’ll find on the outskirts in places like Newton Mearns, Bishopton and Brookfield. In these spots you can find some stunning new homes ranging from 3 bedroom semis to large 5 bed detached houses. And if you are looking for some help to move, look at our current offers and schemes on our offers page here.
Help to Buy Glasgow
In Glasgow you can take advantage of Help to Buy Scotland if you are a first time buyer. Take a look at the Help to Buy Scotland page to find out how the scheme works and how it can help you move.