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New Homes in North Lanarkshire

Spread out to the east of Glasgow, the North Lanarkshire region offers a superb location within the heart of Scotland. Bordering South Lanarkshire, West Lothian and East Dunbartonshire, new homes in North Lanarkshire can also provide excellent access to Edinburgh

 

Falkirk and Stirling are also close to places in the north of the area, while this part of Scotland is great for exploring beautiful natural spaces. Whether you’re interested in the local family activities, commuter links or open landscapes, you can scroll down now to see our latest new houses near North Lanarkshire. 

  • DWH @ Torrance Park

    DWH @ Torrance Park

    Morris Drive, Holytown, Motherwell, ML1 5UU
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £241,995 to £397,995
  • DWH @ Wallace Fields

    DWH @ Wallace Fields

    Auchinleck Road, Robroyston, Glasgow, G33 1PN
    • 4 bedroom
    • £377,995 to £397,995
  • Coming soon
    Boclair Mews

    Boclair Mews

    South Crosshill Road, Bishopbriggs, Glasgow, G64 2NN
    • Coming soon
  • DWH @ Thornton View

    DWH @ Thornton View

    Redwood Drive, East Kilbride, Glasgow, G74 5PG
    • 3 bedroom
    • £247,995 to £262,995
  • Coming soon
    DWH @ Eaglesham View

    DWH @ Eaglesham View

    Eaglesham Road, East Kilbride, G75 8WS
    • Coming soon
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    Seven Sisters

    Seven Sisters

    Citizen Jaffray Court, Cambusbarron, Stirling, FK7 9RE
    • Coming soon
  • DWH @ Calderwood

    DWH @ Calderwood

    Edinburgh Road, East Calder, EH53 0HS
  • DWH @ Dargavel Village

    DWH @ Dargavel Village

    Barrangary Road, Bishopton, PA7 5RS
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £299,995 to £395,995
  • Weirs Wynd

    Weirs Wynd

    Barochan Road, Brookfield, PA6 7AA
    • 4 bedroom
    • From £499,995
  • Cammo Meadows

    Cammo Meadows

    Meadowsweet Drive, Edinburgh, EH4 8FD
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £507,995 to £514,995
  • Cammo Meadows Apartments

    Cammo Meadows Apartments

    Meadowsweet Drive, Edinburgh, EH4 8FD
    • 2 and 3 bedroom
    • £195,200 to £335,995
  • St Clair Mews

    St Clair Mews

    Barons Drive, Roslin, EH25 9AL
    • 3 and 4 bedroom
    • £555,995 to £556,995
  • DWH @ Heritage Grange

    DWH @ Heritage Grange

    Rona Avenue, Edinburgh, EH17 8GN
    • 3 bedroom
    • From £370,995

Welcome to North Lanarkshire

Whether you’re visiting castles, hiking through country parks or practicing your swing at the golf club, there’s lots for the whole family to see and do in the North Lanarkshire region. Located in Scotland close to Glasgow, a new home in North Lanarkshire could just tick all the right boxes for you and your family’s next move.

A quick history

The biggest town in North Lanarkshire, Cumbernauld, dates back to the Roman era, when there was a fort built along the Antonine Wall on the edge of the Roman empire. Cumbernauld Castle is one of the most recognisable historic sites in the town, built as a motte and bailey and eventually becoming a place for Scottish royalty including Mary Queen of Scots.

Cumbernauld House was built in the 18th century, and the grounds are now a park. Over the centuries the area around Cumbernauld was used for farming, weaving and quarrying.  It grew quickly after the Second World War, after many were relocated following heavy bombing in Glasgow. Today Cumbernauld is the main town of North Lanarkshire and a popular commuter region.

Business and industry

North Lanarkshire is home to a number of major employers including North Lanarkshire Council, soft drink makers A.G.Barr, production company Wardpark Studios and manufacturing firm Yaskawa Electric. Many people living in the region commute to Glasgow for work, where employers include the University of Glasgow, the NHS Credit Union and Scottish Power.

Things to do in the area

There’s plenty to see and do in North Lanarkshire, from browsing exhibits at Cumbernauld Museum to shopping at the Antonine Shopping Centre and playing a round of golf at Dullatur Golf Club. If you want to get out in the great outdoors, Drumpellier Country Park, Seven Lochs Wetland Park and Palacerigg Country Park are ideal for country walks.

If you’re moving to the area with children, there are lots of family-friendly attractions in and around North Lanarkshire including the Falkirk Wheel, Culcreuch Castle and World of Wings Birds of Prey Centre, while Glasgow is home to the Scottish Football Museum and Glasgow Science Centre.

Travel and commuting

North Lanarkshire is well-connected to Glasgow, Edinburgh and beyond, ideal if you’re commuting for work or visiting friends and family.  To get to Cumbernauld, the journey to Glasgow takes 15 minutes by train or 20 minutes by car, while the drive from Stirling takes 25 minutes and the journey from Edinburgh takes just 40 minutes by train.

When it’s time to jet off on holiday, you can get to Edinburgh Airport in just 30 minutes from Cumbernauld, and 30 minutes from Coatbridge.