New Homes in Hamilton 

Located in South Wales only around 13 miles from Cardiff, Newport lies at the River Usk’s meeting point with the Bristol Channel. New homes in Newport are great for getting to other places in this part of Wales, such as seaside spot Barry with its family-friendly pleasure park and amusements.

 

Not far from Caerwent where you can cross over to English soil and cities like Bristol, Pontypool is also less than 10 miles away. Whether you’re enjoying the draws of the coast, or the mountains to the north, don’t miss our developments near Newport below. 

Mallets Rise

Mallets Rise

Malletsheugh Road, Newton Mearns, GLASGOW, EAST RENFREWSHIRE, G77 6PR

  • 4 and 5 bedroom homes
  • £375,995 to £554,995
Weirs Wynd

Weirs Wynd

Barochan Road, Brookfield, JOHNSTONE, RENFREWSHIRE, PA6 7AA

  • 3 and 4 bedroom homes
  • £217,995 to £254,995
DWH @ Dargavel Village
Coming soon

DWH @ Dargavel Village

Station Road, Bishopton, BISHOPTON, RENFREWSHIRE, PA7 5NJ

  • Coming soon
DWH @ Calderwood

DWH @ Calderwood

Edinburgh Road, East Calder, LIVINGSTON, WEST LOTHIAN, EH53 0HS

  • 4 bedroom homes
  • £317,995 to £387,995

Living in Hamilton

With Scotland’s biggest city just to the north and endless open landscapes to the south, you can look forward to enjoying the best of both worlds when you buy a new home in Hamilton. You can also enjoy the feeling you get from securing a great deal when you buy your home with us, thanks to our range of latest offers which include our money-saving Movemaker scheme. 

Things to see and do in Hamilton

This is a great part of Lanarkshire to live in if you like exploring natural spaces, thanks to spots such as Calderglen Country Park, Baron’s Haugh and Chatelherault Country Park. You’ll also have Strathclyde Country Park right on your doorstep, where you can go for relaxing walks, ride your bike or even have a go at some water sports. 

If you have children, or just love to go on rollercoasters yourself, M&D’s Scotland’s Theme Park is right on the edge of town, while Dalzell House, Bothwell Road Park and the David Livingstone Centre are all close at hand too. The same goes for Glasgow, which is only 10 miles from Hamilton and packed with an array of great ways to spend your time. 

Education

There’s a good selection of schools in the local area, including the centrally located Hamilton Grammar, which is just off Union Street. Holy Cross High is another secondary school close to the heart of town, while options for younger kids include Glenlee Primary and Woodside Primary. Both of these schools have received good inspection reports from Education Scotland. 

Transport links in Hamilton

Hamilton is a popular place to live among commuters to Glasgow, with the fastest trains to the city taking around 25 minutes. There are also direct buses which take the same amount of time, as well as plenty of other local bus routes. 

You can drive into Glasgow in less than 20 minutes, while it’s closer to an over over to Scottish capital Edinburgh. Hamilton is conveniently located for the M73, M74 and M8 motorways, the latter of which you can use to get to Glasgow Airport in under 25 minutes. 

The Hamilton property market

Glasgow’s continued emergence as an important cultural hub has rubbed off on Hamilton, with house prices seeing some strong growth in recent years. There’s a good selection of property in and around town, whether you’re looking for a central terrace or semi, or a larger house with a big garden on the outskirts. 

You can also find a superb collection of 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes to suit a range of budgets along Malletsheugh Road in Newton Mearns. Wherever you want to be, don’t miss out on the First Home Fund if you’re a first-time buyer in Scotland and looking for a helping hand to get on the property ladder.