Partick is an eclectic area in Glasgow’s west, and lying on the banks of the River Clyde. With great transport links, a real mix of residents, and lots of activities close by including stadiums, golf and rowing clubs, Kelvingrove Park and museum, and shopping on Byres Road. It’s also a popular hangout for students and for young renters, and this has created a surge in hip places to hangout and with a bustling, liveable vibe.
The sun has shown us a glimpse of summer, and not a moment too soon, as we see the events of summer get into full swing across the city. With so much happening it’s difficult to choose what to do but here’s a selection of what we think will be some top events in the coming month.
An expanding family is one of the most common reasons for moving house. Having a child changes the priories that you would perhaps look for in a new home. It can be difficult to know where to start searching for larger home for your new family and with the average house price in a city like Glasgow significantly increasing since the turn of the century – you want to make sure you find the ideal home for your circumstances and budget.
Retirement can be a pretty daunting thing. If you are looking to downsize or enter retirement, check out our top pick properties in Glasgow that would make great retirement homes.
Fancy putting on your roller skates? Looking for some inspiration to keep the kids entertained? Whether you are looking for something to do as a family or planning an Easter night out to make the most of the bank holiday, check out our top ideas on what to do in Glasgow this Easter!
The average selling price of residential properties across west central Scotland has increased by 6.1% over the last three months of 2017, when compared with the same period in 2016, according to the latest quarterly report from GSPC.
If you are looking to get onto the property ladder in Glasgow and unsure which area to call home, check out GSPC’s best locations for first time buyers.
With Valentine’s day fast approaching, we provide you with our top ideas on what to do in Glasgow for a range of budgets. Glasgow West End Whisky Tour @ The Ben Nevis Take a journey through some of the best off the beaten track bars in the city. For just £49 per person, you can receive 4 premium single malt whiskies and a 3-hour personal whiskey and walking tour in Glasgow’s West End with
At 432 square kilometres and the largest island in the Firth of Clyde, the Isle of Arran is a gem of Scotland. You can find beautiful beaches, picturesque mountain peaks and forests as well as a range of delicious local produce and festivals.
Making predictions for the coming year is a difficult task and no one has a crystal ball. However, general indications are that activity in the property market and mortgages should continue to carry on from 2017. The hope would be that the market will become more balanced for both buyers and sellers.