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Behind its distinguished, bay-windowed elevation, every detail of the Travers demonstrates quality. Reached by a striking feature staircase and superb gallery landing, two of the four bedrooms incorporate en-suite facilities and built-in wardrobes, making luxurious guest accommodation an option.
Surrounded by beautiful, open vistas and health-giving fresh air that in Victorian times made it a natural place for a hospital, yet just a short drive from Glasgow’s vibrant city centre, Woodilee Village is an exciting new community that offers an opportunity to enjoy contemporary housing design and energy efficient living within a very special location. This exclusive selection of three, four and five bedroom homes of the highest quality represents the very best marriage of architecture and landscape.
Quality of life is about the details of everyday living. From the little things, like knowing the nearest place to pick up a pint of milk, to more important matters
like finding the right school or having a health centre nearby, you need to know that the community you’re moving to will support you and your family, as well
as be a pleasant place to live. So here’s some useful information about the area around Woodilee Village.
Woodilee Village is surrounded by richly varied countryside and green areas with riverside walks and extensive cycle paths, including nature reserves at Lenzie Moss and Merkland. Lenzie has a successful rugby club and a fine golf course, and Kirkintilloch Leisure Centre, around a mile away, incorporates a technogym, sports hall, outdoor pitches, and swimming and teaching pools. Kirkintilloch also has a skatepark that attracts skaters and BMX bikers from throughout Scotland, and there are play areas for children within Woodilee Village and at Woodhead Park, beside the Leisure Centre.
Recycling receptacles in the car park beside St Mary’s Church in Kirkintilloch accept most household waste, including glass bottles and jars, paper and cardboard, plastic bottles and textiles.
The choice of schools nearby includes the non-denominational Lenzie Primary and the Holy Family RC Primary, both of which have nursery classes. Lenzie Academy and St Ninian’s RC High School are also within walking distance. Lenzie Library, located near the train station, is adjacent to a branch of the Peel View Medical Centre practice and close to Millersneuk Dental Surgery, and there are several other GP practices and dentists in Kirkintilloch. Please note you will require to check with Glasgow Council for confirmation of catchment areas and placement availability.
There is a convenience store in Kirkintilloch Road and a small shopping area near Lenzie railway station that includes a pharmacy and a post office as well as a bank, a bakery, a delicatessen and, a little further on, a Co-op supermarket. Kirkintilloch town centre, around a mile and a half away, offers an excellent choice of local shops and supermarkets.
Kirkintilloch has a good choice of bars, clubs and restaurants, and there an annual Canal Festival every August. Local activities include a lively amateur drama club and an excellent brass band. Further afield, Glasgow’s vast diversity of attractions range from the Clyde Auditorium, the Royal Concert Hall and world-famous museums, galleries and theatres to a wealth of small, intimate venues.
Woodilee Village is around 20 minutes walk from Lenzie railway station and
a 15 minute train trip from Queen Street, and two and a quarter miles from junction 3 of the M80 which offers fast access to the motorway network serving
Stirling, Edinburgh and the south, as well as to central Glasgow. Kirkintilloch and Lenzie are served by a choice of local buses, with services passing close to the development.
Kirkintilloch Leisure Centre
0141 578 8222
Lenzie Post Office
94 Kirkintilloch Road
0141 776 1530
Lenzie Primary School
0141 955 2303
Kirkintilloch High School
0141 955 2372
Holy Family RC
0141 955 2212
01236 794 842
St Ninian’s High School
0141 955 2386
13 Alexandra Avenue
0141 304 7400
Peel View Medical Centre
45-53 Union Street
0141 776 3442
Kirkintilloch Dental Centre
0141 775 3999
Millersneuk Dental Surgery
0141 777 7511
133 Balornock Road
0141 201 3000
Directions : From Glasgow City Centre
Leave the city centre by George Square toward W George Street, take the first right to stay on George Square then take the second left onto N Frederick Street. Take the second right onto Cathedral Street and continue onto Stirling Road, Stirling Road turns slightly left and becomes Springburn Road. Merge onto the M8 via the ramp on the right to Edinburgh/Carlisle/M73/Stirling/M80, slight left at M80 (signs for Stirling). At junction 3, exit onto B757 toward Kirkintilloch.
At the roundabout, take the second exit and then go through another roundabout. At this roundabout, take the third exit, turn left at Woodilee Road and continue straight to stay on Woodilee Road. The entrance to the development is on the right.Sat Nav: G66 3RJ
Opening-hours : Open Thursday to Monday 10am to 5pm
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