Easy access to Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling as well as good schools and plenty of ways to spend leisure time make North Lanarkshire a popular place to raise a family. Whether you're looking for a contemporary style open-plan way of living or a more traditional layout, there is something to suit families of all shapes and sizes, from parents expecting their first child to those house-hunting to give everyone a bit more space.
House-hunters looking to find a new home in North Lanarkshire are lucky to have a number of new-build developments on their doorstep. Easy access to the main motorway networks and established rail links to Glasgow and Edinburgh make the commute to work convenient while there is plenty of entertainment (including the Time Capsule water park, a multiplex cinema, bowling alley and Strathclyde Country Park) in the area to keep the whole family happy on the weekends.
Every week we'll tell you about the events being held at new homes developments across the UK over the next seven days. Find out about the launch of the very latest developments, the unveiling of new show homes, open days and much more.
Householders who dream of a home with more space can escape to a bigger property by taking advantage of the government's Help to Buy (Scotland) scheme and snapping up one of the last five new homes available from Taylor Wimpey at Frankfield Loch in Stepps.
These properties are the last of the four-bedroom family homes on the development and will impress buyers looking to take a step up the property ladder, with prices currently starting from £209,000.
Every week we'll tell you about the events being held at new homes developments across the UK over the next seven days, as well as recent news you may have missed. Find out about the launch of the very latest developments, the unveiling of new show homes, open days and much more.
Buyers looking to find a new home in North Lanarkshire will find lots of homes available to them, with layouts to suit all kinds of lifestyle. Rolling countryside and plenty of leisure resources make this a great place for families while easy access to Glasgow and Edinburgh ensure its popularity with commuters.
Anyone looking for new homes in North Lanarkshire over the Easter weekend now has an extra reason for visiting Parklands, a David Wilson Homes development in Coatbridge. Or rather, two reasons, as the housebuilder will be unveiling a brace of new show homes to the public on Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st March.
Taylor Wimpey's Cavalry Park in Kilsyth, North Lanarkshire, is the location of the three-storey, four-bedroom ‘Hutton' townhouse, a bespoke new home style that's available nowhere else.
A brand new show home has been unveiled at the CALA Homes (West) Belleview development in the village of Chryston in North Lanarkshire. The exclusive new development has just ten detached family houses for sale, so buyers looking to find a home in the West of Scotland shouldn't wait long to enquire.