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Our large estate agency office enjoys a central location just a short distance from Clarkston train station.
Situated on the main street of Eastwoodmains Road, we operate in and around the town of Clarkston, as well as the local areas of Eaglesham, Giffnock, Thornliebank, Netherlee and Thorntonhall.
With 25 branches across Scotland, industry-trained staff and an expert knowledge of our local areas, we’re perfectly placed to sell your home. As part of the UK’s largest property services group, and Scotland’s largest estate agency network, we offer access to the largest number of home buyers.
We also offer integrated mortgage, surveying and conveyancing services to assist with the smooth running of your move. If you’re searching for an estate agency in Clarkston, come into branch or give us a call for a no-obligation property valuation, or simply some advice on the local area.
The suburban town of Clarkston lies approx. 6 miles south of Glasgow and is linked to the M77 by the A727. It is served by numerous local shops and restaurants, as well as recreational facilities, including two nearby golf clubs.
Clarkston itself is home to the beautiful 18th century Greenbank House and Garden, a Category A listed building with a captivating 2.5 acre walled garden.
The town’s railway station runs directly to Glasgow Central station, as do the nearby stations of Busby and Williamwood.
An exceptional traditional red sandstone fronted mid terrace villa set within a highly prized location in Netherlee, perfect for local amenities, school catchments, parks and public transport offering a superb layout of extremely adaptable accommodation for growing......
Exceptionally well situated four bedroomed semi bungalow with stunning views across the avenue to open fields and countryside. Considerable sums have been spent during refurbishment and reworking of accommodation. Of course within catchment for some of Scotland's most......