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  • 10 Jun 2015

    Buy your dream home in one of Scotland’s most desirable postcodes

    Two of our developments, Douglas Gardens in Milngavie and Polnoon in Eaglesham, are located within the country’s most desirable postcodes; both locations rank within the top five most popular areas to live in Scotland in a recent study* commissioned by Royal Mail.

    Douglas Gardens

    With just 20 four and five-bedroom detached homes cradled in pretty woodland, Douglas Gardens is private, exclusive and offers luxurious living with its range of chic villas.
    Situated in Milngavie, ranked as the fourth most popular place to live in Scotland, Douglas Gardens has excellent connections to both Glasgow and Edinburgh and is nestled right on the fringe of the Stirlingshire countryside… a great choice for city commuters.

    There is a range of stunning house styles available, from the four and five-bedroom Staffa and Iona villas to the delightful four/five-bedroom Shuna. With striking views over the nearby hills, it’s evident why this area is so desirable.

    Douglas Gardens’ prices start from £497,495 to £584,995.


    On the other side of Glasgow, in the idyllic rural village of Eaglesham, is our award-winning Polnoon development. Ranked at number five on the desirable postcodes list, the area offers the best of both worlds with beautiful country surroundings only ten short miles from Glasgow city centre via the M77.

    Polnoon takes an innovative approach to street design, open space and housing to provide a better quality of living environment for residents – a much sought after development offering delightful village life.

    Polnoon is a vibrant neighbourhood comprising 121 beautifully designed homes, and offers high standards of energy efficiency with a variety of homes to suit a range of budgets. From one and two-bedroom apartments to three, four, five and six-bedroom detached homes, there truly is something for everyone.

    Polnoon prices range from £139,995 to £480,000.

    *The study cited was commissioned by Royal Mail and carried out by the Centre for Economic and Business Research (CEBR). It was based on a range of factors including good schools, access to green spaces, good employment prospects, affordable housing and average commuting times. More information about the study can be found on the Royal Mail website:


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