Situated to the south of Glassford, Borland Walk is an enviable selection of 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes. No matter if you’re a young professional, growing family or looking to downsize, the range of house styles available at this stunning development ensures that everyone is well catered for. Help to Buy available on selected plots.
Borland Walk, Glassford is a brand new Lovell Homes development, located in the heart of the village of Glassford near Strathaven, comprising of two, three and four bedroom homes.
Borland Walk is expected to be especially popular with growing families looking for affordable housing options in an attractive countryside location but within easy reach of Glasgow.
With discount opportunities available through Help to Buy available on selected plots), this stylish collection of homes will combine affordability with high specifications to suit the particular needs of growing families.
At Lovell we believe your home should be more than about the right place at the right price. It should also reflect your personality and tastes.
That’s why every Lovell home has Style, Quality and Value (or SQV, as we call it) built-in from the start, making your new home somewhere you’ll be proud to call your own.
Lovell only builds high-quality homes and we make customer satisfaction our number one priority. This means that you enjoy extraordinary value for money, as well as a superior and distinctive home.
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Borland Walk is nestled beautifully in the rural location of Glassford, South Lanarkshire. The classic village has an abundance of endearing qualities which will make you feel right at home. Belonging to a historic county in the central lowlands of Scotland, you’ll be surrounded by a rich colliery heritage dating back to the mid-eighteenth century.
Suitable for growing families, young professionals and those looking to downsize, Borland Walk is thoughtfully designed with you in mind and fits flawlessly with the charm and character of the village. In addition, our homes offer a wonderful mix of having Glasgow and other large towns within easy reach, whilst maintaining a rural countrysidesetting to return home to at the end of the day.
Less than 3 miles down the road, Strathaven has everything you need. Laid out around a central market square, it has large supermarkets, dining and entertainment, hairdressers and sports facilities. On top of the generous amenities, you’ll find a number of places to explore such as Strathaven Castle, craft and gift shops and the park and gardens.
The park is also the location for Scotland’s only annual hot air balloon festival and make sure you don’t miss the famous ‘Wee Train’ which has had over 700,000 passengers as of May 2018. In the opposite direction you’ll find Larkhall, home to the tallest viaduct in Scotland, rising 170 ft over the Avon Water. Here you’ll find a lovely wooded gorge and delightful beauty spots to explore.
Now, if you are looking for shopping, East Kilbride has Scotland’s largest undercover shopping and leisure destination, full to the brim of over 180 brands for shopping, dining, and events. Of course, you’ll have the huge advantage of Larkhall being a 36-minute train journey from Glasgow. The large city provides you with endless amounts of leisure and education opportunities including festivals, universities and museums.
Borland Walk is ideally placed for transport. There are seven local bus services from Glassford,and Larkhall train station is just under 4 miles away with frequent services to Glasgow Central. The City is an easily commutable 25 miles away, putting Glasgow Airport within easy reach.
Lovell Homes is set to unveil a stunning show home at its new development in Glassford on Saturday 23rd and Sunday 24th March.Read more