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Our Greenock branch is located on West Blackhall Street in the heart of the town, at the corner of Argyle Street. We are just a short walk from Greenock Central train station, the Oak Mall Shopping Centre and a broad range of other local amenities. We cover Greenock and the nearby areas of Gourock, Inverkip, Wemyss Bay and Port Glasgow.
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Slater Hogg now makes the choice between high street and online estate agents easier!
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But if you need more support at any time our local team can take over and do all the hard work for you. We’ll even take the £795 off our final fee!
Find out more about selling online with Slater Hogg & Howison
We are Scotland’s most extensive estate agency network and part of the UK’s largest property services group, which means that we have access to more property buyers than any other agency.
Our industry-trained staff provide an expert knowledge of their local areas, as well as the skills to bring more people and property together.
From South Ayrshire to Kirkcaldy, Slater Hogg and Howison has been moving people for over 40 years. Talk to us today to find out how we can help with your move.
The historic town of Greenock lies at the mouth of the River Clyde, known locally as the Tail of the Bank. The area’s charming maritime history is still on show at the Custom House Museum, as well as through the countless impressive Victorian buildings that still stand tall in the town. None stands so high as the 245-foot Victoria Tower – which is a focal point of the town.
Other landmarks include the McLean Museum and the Old West Kirk church, which boasts stained glass windows by Dante Gabriel Rossetti. The Greenock Cut aqueduct is one of Scotland’s finest walks and offers panoramic views over the Clyde.
The town is located at the end of the M8 motorway and has remarkable nine railways stations, linking to locations such as Glasgow, Gourock, Inverkip and Wemyss Bay.
The LocationThe town of Dunoon is situated on the Cowal Peninsula in Argyll & Bute where it sits on the Firth of Clyde to the south of Holy Loch and to the west of Gourock. The site is situated in the village of Sandbank approximately four miles from Dunoon.The SiteThe...
In the early nineteenth century marine villas started to appear along the Clyde Coast. A charming example of this is the Italian style villa of Ellenbank, which stands in the coastal village of Inverkip. Splendid views are obtained from the main rooms by means of......