Situated directly opposite Helensburgh Central Station, our estate agency branch is next to the corner of East Princes Street and Sinclair Street – just a short walk from the seafront.
We help people move in and around the town of Helensburgh, covering the postcodes of Dumbarton, Balloch & Vale of Leven to the east, Rhu/Shandon, the peninsula of Cove, Kilcreggan & Ardpeaton to the west, together with areas further afield such as Arrochar, Strachur, Lochgoilhead, Carrick Castle and the Argyll Peninsula
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 Helensburgh
A characterful seaside town located on the River Clyde, Helensburgh is known as the ‘Garden City of the Clyde’ due to its picturesque situation. The town’s Victorian roots are visible through its graceful tree-lined streets, long promenade and many attractive parks
Helensburgh has been home to some of Scotland’s most renowned artists and engineers, including Henry Bell (inventor of the steamship) and John Logie Baird (creator of the television). The splendid Hill House is the jewel in the town’s architectural crown and is now owned by the National Trust for Scotland.
The A82 connects to Helensburgh and runs east towards Glasgow. Helensburgh Central, one of the town’s three train stations, also runs directly to Edinburgh and Glasgow.