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Situated in the Scottish lowlands, Glasgow is one of Scotland’s largest cities with thriving software, engineering and medical sectors. Having a flourishing cultural centre makes Glasgow the fourth biggest city by population in the UK, and has Scotland's biggest economy. With over 35 developments of new homes in and around the port city, you’re sure to find the home that’s perfect for you. With a range of properties, from 1 bedroom apartments to 5 bedroom homes, there’s something for everyone whether you’re a first time buyer or large family. The average house price in Glasgow is around £200,000, making it one of the more affordable cities to inhabit. Despite new builds in Glasgow being slightly more expensive than second hand homes, you’re guaranteed to save thousands from the homes being super energy efficient.
There is a varied selection of home buying schemes available to people looking to buy a new build in Scotland, These aim to assist First Time Buyers in their home buying journey. The First Home Fund provides interest-free loans and deposit contributions to first-time buyers, whilst the New Supply Shared Equity (NSSE) scheme and the Low-cost Initiative for First Time Buyers (LIFT) supports those purchasing from housing associations. General home buying schemes are also available in Scotland, including Part Exchange and Shared Ownership. These initiatives aim to make homeownership more accessible and to get more people onto the property ladder.
Glasgow has a huge range of attractions, ranging from historic architecture to modern entertainment, combining the different sides of the city into a rich tapestry and offering a multitude of experiences for visitors seeking both tradition and modernity. Glasgow Cathedral, which boasts some of the most phenomenal medieval architecture in the country, stands alongside the Riverside Museum, showcasing the rich history of Scotland’s transport. The Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, the Gallery of Modern Art and the Glasgow Science Centre are just a small introduction into Glasgow’s cultural institutions and are popular amongst residents and tourists alike. The SSE Hydro is a massive entertainment venue hosting world-class events, from concerts and festivals, to sporting and comedy events.
The city is scattered with greenery throughout to balance out the urban surroundings - The Botanic Gardens, Kelvingrove Park and Queen's Park all offer serenity and respite from urban bustle. Whilst Buchanan Street serves as a bustling retail hub, the West End exudes a quirky quality with its eccentric shops and cafes. For those curious about brewing, Tennent's Wellpark Brewery is one of the oldest breweries in the world, known for producing iconic Scottish beer, providing regular tours to the public.
There are plenty of smaller towns and villages in and around Glasgow and Glasgow City if you prefer the beautiful Scottish countryside rather than the bustling city, including Shawlands, Robroyston, Kirkintilloch and Paisley. Nestled within the breathtaking expanse of the Scottish countryside, these developments are encircled by staggering lochs and hills, offering an indulgence of views. There are a range of transport links, so you’ll be able to travel around the area with ease. As well as the variety of top rated primary and secondary schools, Glasgow is a home to The University of Glasgow, boasting a diverse student body and significant contributions to global research and education. There are a range of new homes in Glasgow that will be close and convenient for what is ideal for you.
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