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New Homes in Elderslie

Famous as the birthplace of one of Scotland’s most notable historical figures, William Wallace, Elderslie is a Renfrewshire village next door to Paisley. New homes in Elderslie are less than 10 miles from the centre of Glasgow, while it’s 15 miles over to East Kilbride


In the other direction, this historic village benefits from its superb access to endless natural landscapes. From Gleniffer Braes Country Park to Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park and on to the Firth of Clyde, you can browse our latest developments near Elderslie below.

Live the Elderslie life

Whether you’ve lived close to the west coast of Scotland all your life or you’re starting a new chapter in the area, buying a house in Elderslie could open the door to an incredible new lifestyle.

Things to see and do in Elderslie

Whether you’re delving into the history of the village’s most famous son, William Wallace, shopping for some new things at Braehead Shopping Centre, or even hitting the ski slope to practise your moves, local lochs such as Castle Semple Loch are perfect for enjoying a relaxing walk. 

From trips over to Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park and the coast, to nearby spots like the Dams to Darnley Country Park, Craigie Linn and the Ferguslie Gardens, you can also visit historic fortifications such as Johnstone Castle and Stanely Castle, or pop into Glasgow for the day. 


The village’s primary school is Wallace Primary, which is just steps from the golf course on Greenhill Crescent. St Paul’s Primary is to the south east of the centre, while you’ll find Thorn Primary in neighbouring Johnstone. St Benedict’s High School lies just to the north west of the village across the A737. 

Elderslie transport links

There are local buses you can use to get around, while the nearest train station is in Johnstone, which is walking distance from most houses in Elderslie. Services from here to Glasgow take just 15 minutes, while it takes a similar time to drive to Scotland’s biggest city. The M8 motorway passes close to the village, providing you with direct access to Edinburgh. 

The Elderslie property scene

Elderslie has enjoyed rising house prices in recent years, outstripping the average growth seen across the rest of the UK. This is thanks to its relaxed atmosphere, proximity to Glasgow, and some great properties such as the beautifully designed 3 and 4 bedroom homes off Abbey Road in the south of the village. 

Whether this location – which opens up to endless miles of country parks and rolling countryside – sounds like the spot for you, or you’d also consider living just a couple of miles away in the nearby village of Brookfield, make sure you squeeze out the best value possible from your new home by signing up to one of our latest offers, such as our Part Exchange scheme.