The local area
This stunning development of modern, stylish homes redefines what city living is all about. Proving you can be connected to the vibrant city around you, yet have all the space and tranquillity you need.
Just two miles from the centre of Glasgow, it’s no surprise everything you need is on the doorstep. In Dalmarnock itself you’ll find all your daily essentials. Including a Post Office, convenience store and more.
Nearby supermarkets, such as the large Tesco Extra and Iceland help keep the kitchen well stocked, and if you’re having a night off from cooking, there’s a great choice of takeaways in the area.
One of the best features about this part of the city is the number of green open spaces and historic public parks there are in the area. Many cling to the banks of the River Clyde, including Richmond Park with its lake and woodlands walks. The contemporary Cuningar Loop, complete with bouldering area, bike track, park and relaxing walks provides another green haven. And if you have any energy left, Glasgow Green, a 136-acre landmark park is also nearby. It’s the oldest city in the park and there’s always something going on here. The People’s Palace and Winter Gardens are always worth a visit. Like all the best things in life, these parks are free, so you can enjoy them whenever you want.
If you’re looking to make Dalmarnock the place for your family to flourish, there’s an excellent choice of schools nearby. Sacred Heart, Riverbank and Dalmarnock Primary schools are all close by and all within walking distance. There’s an equally good choice of local high schools. St Mungo’s Academy, Eastbank Academy, Holyrood Secondary, Trinity High School and Stonelaw High School are just some in the area.
Out and about
With everything Glasgow has to offer, right on the doorstep, you’ll never be short of things to do. Whether you love culture and concerts. Nights out and eating out. Museums and galleries. Or just shopping, shopping and more shopping – it’s all right here.
And if you want to escape the city, that’s easy too. From Seven Locks Wetland Park a short drive away on the north of the city, to the stunning and rugged Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park, 40 minutes away, there’s so much to explore.
Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park, Scotland’s biggest park, features scenic countryside, woodland and family-friendly beaches along the West coast. Whichever way you turn, nature in all its wonderful forms is never too far away.