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We have a new development just launched at Crestwich View, Hogganfield

Morgan Glen, Larkhall)

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Although now disused, the Morgan Glen viaduct (which still retains its title as Scotland’s highest viaduct) is Larkhall’s most famous landmark. Along with the rebuilt Millheugh Bridge, both structures are reminders of the town’s proud industrial heritage, stretching back to the seventeenth century. Perched between the River Clyde and Avon Water, Larkhall’s location in the scenic Clyde valley, and its proximity to Glasgow and other urban centres, means that you will have the best of both worlds – easy access both to a beautiful rural landscape and to the metropolitan buzz of one of the UK’s most exciting cities. 

River Clyde near Rosebank
05/02/20

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