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Roman Fields

£81,900 - £96,000
2 and 3 bedroom properties
Glen Shirva Road, Glasgow, Glasgow City

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More information about Roman Fields...

Roman Fields is a fantastic new development of homes for sale in the picturesque village of Twechar, East Dunbartonshire.

Designed by award-winning architects - and set in beautiful surroundings - these energy-efficient homes provide the very best use of light and space. Take a look at our Roman Fields photo gallery to see for yourself.

You can choose from a range of living options, available for outright sale and shared equity:

2 and 3 bed terraced and semi-detached houses

Roman Fields has everything you need. There's shops, pubs and restaurants nearby and the fantastic city of Glasgow is a 15-minute train ride away. Add to that the stunning local scenery and Roman Fields really gives you the best of both worlds. It's the perfect choice for first-time buyers and families alike.

The highly-rated Twechar Primary and Nursery School takes children from the age of 3, and Kirkintilloch High School offers state-of-the-art teaching facilities.

The development is aptly named - sitting close to the ruins of the Roman-built Antoine Wall, a UNESCO World Heritage Site dating back to 142 AD.