As Scotland’s cultural capital and largest city, Glasgow is home to some of the most exciting, iconic and inspiring attractions. Once an industrial and shipbuilding giant, it is now one of Europe's most vibrant and dynamic destinations that's been voted the world's friendliest city.
Mactaggart & Mickel Homes has a selection of developments based around this city that is flooded with rich local history and heritage. Home to world-class museums and galleries, architecture, shopping outlets and much more, there is something for every homeowner.
Cosy village life is available at Midton Fields in Howwood, and in the popular Glasgow suburb of Newton Mearns we have a range of family homes at Castle Grove. Our Milverton Grange development is located in Lower Whitecraigs and our next development launching in 2019 will be Stewart Gardens in Malletsheugh.
A choice of luxurious 4 & 5 bedroom detached homes, positioned near delightful open countryside and beside Mearns Castle High School. Attractive views to distant hills, while cattle, horses and rolling fields contest with aspects over the city.
Our home designs at Midton Fields are part of our stunning new Design Collection portfolio already sold successfully at Greenan Views in Ayr and Castle Grove in Newton Mearns. The design and layout of our homes has been planned to maximise natural night and create an open and flowing living space.
Our stunning Burnet and Bryce show homes are now open, off Midton Road, Howwood.Availability
Our luxury 2 and 3 bedroom apartments at Milverton Grange, Lower Whitecraigs, are available now for Reservation.
Our new Marketing Suite and stunning Campbell show apartment are now open!
Off Milverton Road, Giffnock G46 7AU
Our new development Stewart Gardens, Malletsheugh will be situated on the western edge of the highly desirable suburb of Newton Mearns in East Renfrewshire, with excellent transport connections to Glasgow via the M77.Future Availability
Broom Grove will comprise just six bespoke four- and five-bedroom detached homes on the site of the former Whitecraigs Bowling Club, with designs drawing on the striking architecture of the surrounding Mactaggart & Mickel Broom estate from the 1930s.Future Availability