£25,000 Offers around
The plot of ground measuring 0.5 acres or
thereby is situated on the southernmost side
of the A80 dual carriageway and at the
westmost end of Woodhead Terrace. The site
is largely overgrown and wooded but it is
relatively level. We are advised that historically the site accommodated three cottages (Lime
Cottages) that where demolished
approximately 70 years ago. Prospective purchasers are encouraged to
make their own enquiries to North
Lanarkshire planning department as to
potential future uses for the site.
Muirhead is a small suburb approximately 7
miles (11 km) North-East of Glasgow city
centre. Nearby villages and towns include
Chryston, Gartcosh, Lenzie and Stepps. It is a
commuter town to Glasgow with road links
with the A80/M80 and frequent bus services.
Muirhead is located approximately two miles
from Gartcosh, Lenzie and Stepps railway
stations. The suburb has a variety of shops
including a Co-operative Food, newsagents,
butcher, stationers and plenty of take-away
food shops. Two bars which serve the area
are the Muirhead Inn and The Crowwood
Hotel. The surrounding area has one high school (Chryston High School) and two primary
schools (Chryston Primary and St. Barbaras
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