If you’re looking for a property in North or South Lanarkshire our professional property finders would be delighted to assist with your search for a home.
When considering the best place to live it can be useful to have the insight of an experienced buying agent who has extensive local knowledge, helping you find the best possible location to suit your lifestyle and property requirements.
Property Finders in North & South Lanarkshire
North & South Lanarkshire, formally making up a large part of the historical county of Lanarkshire, are two large and beautiful rural locations set directly across Scotland’s ‘central belt’ making them an extremely popular choice for those seeking country living within commutable distance to Glasgow, and also Edinburgh.
Two of Scotland’s six UNESCO World Heritage Sites are located in this region of the beautiful Clyde Valley; Antonine’s Wall in North Lanarkshire and New Lanark in South Lanarkshire. These allow for fabulous days out with the family and there are several gorgeous towns and villages in the area, made up of attractive Georgian, Victorian and more contemporary homes.
Property prices remain more affordable in North and South Lanarkshire than the neighbouring cities of Glasgow and Edinburgh, which allows for an enviable quality of life along with the peaceful benefits of rural living
Property in Dullatur
In the northerly stretches of North Lanarkshire, the ancient conservation village of Dullatur is a popular choice for those seeking charming village living close to the amenities of a large town; Cumbernauld is just 12 minutes away by car.
The route of Antonine’s Wall, spanning 60km, runs through the north of Dullatur which acted as the north-westerly boundary for the Roman Empire in AD 140s. The village also benefits from it’s own tennis club, the pristine greenery of Dullatur Golf Club, the tranquil Forth and Clyde canal and lovely walks through the surrounding woodland.
Many well reputed independent schools can be found in Glasgow under 20 miles away, and there are a number of good local primary and secondary state schools nearby.
Moving to Strathaven
The Barony of Strathaven is a desirable historic market town with a rich history, located in South Lanarkshire. The ruins of Strathaven Castle are a landmark of the town, and many outdoor activities are available including visiting the Avon Valley’s Spectacle E’e waterfalls and the Strathaven Golf Course.
The peaceful waters within Strathaven Park can also be enjoyed here, and there is also plenty of beautiful Scottish architecture.
Rural locations surrounding the town offer stretches of impressive farmland and detached homes ideal for families. Strathaven is just over 25 miles from Glasgow City Centre where there are 12 private schools to choose from as well as many well reputed state schools.
Buying Agent in Lanark and New Lanark
One of the most well renowned rural locations in the Clyde Valley, Lanark is an attractive medieval market town home to the UNESCO World Heritage Site of New Lanark. New Lanark is a charming Scottish village which hosts an impressively restored 18th century cotton mill located near the famous Falls of Clyde waterfalls.
The picturesque village of Crossford nearby is also a firm favourite in the area. Lanark has all the amenities of a desirable bustling town within easy reach of Glasgow City Centre. Castlebank Park (where the old Lanark Castle used to be situated) has its own horticultural centre Lanark Loch is a 20 acre loch offering gorgeous views, walks and a summer café. Glasgow City Centre is under 30 miles away where several impressive independent and state schools are located.
Property Search in Biggar
Surrounded by the stunning countryside of South Lanarkshire, on the fringes of the Scottish Borders, Biggar is a prosperous market town in the Scottish region of the Southern Uplands. Biggar is enviably located between two rivers, with the River Clyde to the east and the River Tweed in the west and stunning views can be found over the Biggar Golf Course. Biggar hosts is own arts festival each year; the Biggar Little Festival, and Victorian Puppet Theatre which is world famous.
Much of Biggar’s ancient architecture is still in place, and some beautiful period properties can be found here. Likewise, the surrounding country landscapes offer some impressive detached homes and farmland. The spectacular Pentland Hills are within easy reach of Biggar, as is Glentress Forest, and the city of Edinburgh is just 28 miles away.
Property Search in Hamilton
Hamilton, in the heart of historic Lanarkshire, is brimming with Scottish history and was once the Dukes of Hamilton’s fiefdom where many landmarks in the town are still testament to this. Nearby Chatelherault Country Park offers exception outdoor walks and scenery, and is home to the famous Cadzow Castle ruins.
Hamilton Park Racecourse is one of Scotland’s most exclusive horse-racing destinations and Strathclyde Country Park, with its Roman remains, is another gorgeous local destination. The world famous explorer David Livingstone also lived in Hamilton for 11 years. Hamilton is a pretty town with exceptional local amenities but within easy reach of Glasgow in under 15 miles. Hamilton also boasts its own highly regarded private school, Hamilton College.
Lanarkshire Property Finders
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