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£230,995 - £249,995
4 and 5 bedroom properties
Ladyacre Way, Irvine, North Ayrshire
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Montgomerie View is a much-anticipated new development located in the picturesque town of Irvine in North Ayrshire.
Offering a range of 2, 3, 4 and 5 bedroom homes, ranging from terrace to detached, these keenly priced homes from our Scottish Town Range are proving extremely popular.
Irvine is a new town, meaning an existing town that was built around a historic core after the Second World War to disperse the population. Located on the coast of the Firth of Clyde, new town status was granted in 1966, making Irvine the only new town located on the coast.
Within this popular residential area of Irvine, woodlands walks and beautiful countryside views are right on your doorstep. A children’s park is being built close by, making Montgomerie View the perfect safe haven for families to live.
Irvine is an ideal place for commuters. With close proximity to the A78 and other main arterial routes, commuting into Ayrshire could not be easier. If you wish to travel slightly further, Kilmarnock is only a 20 minute drive away and Glasgow is within easy reach, with regular trains in and around the city and the centre a mere 40 minute drive away.
The famous Magnum Centre is
one of Scotland’s largest purpose built leisure centres, with a pool complex, ice rink, soft play area,
fitness centre, theatre and so much. It can cover all your entertainment needs.
Irvine is not without cultural attractions, such as The Harbour Arts Centre with a theatre and changing programme of events and exhibitions, The Scottish Maritime Museum and the Vennel Gallery, which encompasses the Lodging House used by Robert Burns in 1781.