New Homes in Clydebank
Somewhat unsurprisingly, Clydebank sits on the bank of the River Clyde in . Part of , houses in Clydebank are less than seven miles from the centre of , a journey you can do in around 15 minutes on the train. The town’s across the river from , while it’s a just over an hour’s drive to .
Whether you’re exploring Mugdock Country Park, relaxing in Knightswood Park or going on a whisky distillery tour, there are plenty of active things to do. There’s even a local indoor snow park and a 150-foot bungee jump called the Titan, which also offers abseiling for a gentler pace. Have a look below to see our latest developments near Clydebank.
Live the Clydebank life
Perfectly placed between Scotland’s biggest city and the country’s west coast – not to mention within striking distance of one of Britain’s best loved natural landmarks – Clydebank is a fantastic place to call home. Read on to discover more about this area, while you can head over to our latest offers page for all the information you need about programs like the Part Exchange scheme.
Things to see and do in Clydebank
Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park is the fourth largest national park in Britain, and boasts some of the most incredible natural scenery you’ll see anywhere in Europe. Perfect for long walks and hikes, spots like Loch Humphrey, the Kilpatrick Hills and Greenside Reservoir are even closer to Clydebank if you prefer staying local.
From the views up Duncolm and Lang Craigs, to afternoons at one of the local whisky distilleries and trips to Clydebank Museum and Titan Clydebank, there’s something for everyone in and around town. The kids will love testing themselves at Climbzone, the dog will enjoy a runaround at Drumchapel Park, and Glasgow is always only a few miles along the river when you need a dose of culture or an evening out.
Parents will be pleased to know there’s a good selection of local schools to choose from. Whitecrook Primary, Linnvale Primary and Kilbowie Primary are all close to the centre of Clydebank, while St Stephen’s Primary and Our Holy Redeemer’s Primary are also good options. At secondary level, Clydebank High School on Janetta Street and Kirkoswald Drive’s St Peter the Apostle High School are the two options closest to the heart of town.
Clydebank transport links
Clydebank is a great place to live if you work in Glasgow, with trains into the city taking just 15 minutes. It’ll likely take a little longer to drive, while it’s not much more than 10 minutes to the city’s international airport. The town’s also close to the M8 motorway, as well as the M77 and M74, with car and train journeys over to Edinburgh taking just over an hour.
The Clydebank property scene
Clydebank has a thriving property scene with new houses coming to market all the time. The area often has new build homes available, including our 4 bedroom houses you’ll find just across the river in Elderslie. We can tell you more about what we’ve got going on in this part of Scotland when you give us a call, and we’ll provide you with more information about popular schemes like our Movemaker arrangement too.