Forty One Station Road, Clyde Valley
Situated in the beautiful Clyde Valley, 41 Station Road is an
exclusive, gated development of 26 luxury apartments with an
enviable position in one of Carluke's most prestigious addresses.
These exquisite, individually designed, apartments each provide
generous living accommodation, all meticulously finished with
stylish kitchens and luxurious en-suite master bedrooms. Situated
on the edge of town, this selection of 2 and 3 bedroom flatted and
duplex properties provide a unique opportunity to enjoy the
peaceful rural landscape and rich history of the area whilst taking
full advantage of the convenience of the main rail and road links
which connect the town to the cosmopolitan centres of Glasgow and
High on a plateau overlooking the River Clyde, Carluke is a
thriving country town providing its residents with a number of
local amenities including a range of high street and specialist
shops, leisure centre and gym and an 18 hole golf course, as well
as a wide selection of cafes, bars and restaurants. A wider
selection of cultural and leisure pursuits are also catered for in
the nearby towns of Lanark, Hamilton, Motherwell and East Kilbride,
where attractions include Hamilton Racecourse and Motherwell's
Heritage Centre, Theatre and Concert Hall, all of which are easily
accessible from Carluke's Rail Station, which is just a 5 minute
walk from the development.
Photographs from previous developments are for
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Falls of Clyde
|Close by, the scenic Clyde Valley attracts
thousands of visitors each year to see the magnificent Falls of
Clyde and the restored conservation village of New Lanark. The town
is also perfectly located for access to the many award winning
Garden Centres that the Clyde Valley has to offer and is just a
short drive from both Chatelherault and Strathclyde Country Parks.
Designed by the famous Scottish Architect William Adam,
Chatelherault now serves as the impressive gateway to the Country
Park, which holds the accolade of being graded a 5 star visitor
attraction under the prestigious Visit Scotland grading scheme. The
sympathetically restored buildings house the exhibitions gallery,
displays, gift shop and cafe whilst outside, visitors can also
enjoy over 10 miles of walks through ancient woodland.
Successfully combining key elements of modern urban living with
the accessibility of its Central Lowlands location, 41 Station
Road, is the perfect choice for those looking to balance the
benefits of rural living with easy access to the city.
New Lanark World Heritage Centre
Forty One Station Road