Our City Centre branch is conveniently located at 123 Candleriggs within walking distance of Glasgow Central and Queen Street train stations.
We are set at the heart of Glasgow’s historic Merchant City, just near George Square and Glasgow’s Style Mile of internationally renowned retail excellence.
Our 25 lettings and estate agency branches cover half of Scotland and have been moving people for over 40 years. We pride ourselves in having an exceptional knowledge of our local areas and training our staff to provide the best possible property service.
We are part of the UK’s largest estate agency group, with access to more buyers than any other estate agency in the country. We offer integrated conveyancing, Home Report and mortgage services to streamline your move.
Why choose Slater Hogg and Howison?
All our staff are highly trained and passionate about their local areas, offering you the best advice possible. When it comes to selling or letting your property, our unique marketing generates many enquiries for your property.
With a strong high street presence, strong for sale signage, prominent advertising on national property websites such as Rightmove and Zoopla, we give your property the best chance of coming to the attention of your ideal buyer or tenant.
We always place our customers first and strive to provide first-rate customer service when doing what we love: bringing people and property together.
Local information about Merchant City
The City Centre location of Merchant City is home to a vibrant shopping area, award winning international cuisine and stylish bars. The district boasts spectacular architecture from Victorian grandeur to urban loft spaces. The City Halls is home to the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and the Merchant Square is a socially buzzing hive of activity.
The Merchant City offers plenty of green open space nearby, particularly the 136 acres of Glasgow Green on the banks of the River Clyde to the south and the area is also home to many significant buildings including Glasgow Cathedral and the historic City Chambers to the north. Transport links are exceptional with the City’s two major train stations: Glasgow Central and Queen Street adjacent, there are 3 Subway stations all giving the commuter a speedy whisk around the City.