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Echoing the geometry of the roof, the canopied entrance adds a welcoming detail to the frontage of this bright, flexible home. French doors introduce a focal point to the living and dining room, and two bedrooms, including the master suite, incorporate built-in wardrobes.
Newton Park is in easy reach of a wealth of open green spaces. Both Drumpellier Country ark, 500 acres of heath and grassland, woods and lochs with a rich diversity of wildlife, and he more formal Alexandra Park, with its children’s playgrounds, fountains, orienteering course and nine-hole golf course are less than four miles away. The vast Strathclyde Country Park, incorporating a water sports centre on the 200-acre Strathclyde Loch as well as extensive opportunities for walking and cycling in a variety of terrains, is just a little over five miles from the development. Fast access to the motorway network also makes it easy to access the picturesque Lanarkshire countryside.
Close to the M74 and with easy access to the M73 and M8, Newton Park is an outstandingly convenient location for travel throughout the central belt and the Lanarkshire countryside as well as into central Glasgow. Newton station, is only a short walk from the development, operates frequent services to Glasgow Central and Motherwell, Glasgow Airport is approximately 23 miles away.
There is wide choice of medical provision, including dental surgeries.
Cambuslang and the surrounding area has a good choice of local shopping, including independent bakers and butchers, newsagents, chemists and a Post Office, and there is a small food supermarket in Westburn. East Kilbride Shopping Centre, around 15 minutes drive away, incorporates more than 180 retail, leisure and restaurant businesses within a mile of exciting malls, while or city centre shopping with a wonderful mix of traditional local specialists and high street names, Glasgow is acknowledged as one of the most stylish destinations in the country.
Education & Health
There are a good range of both nondenominational and Roman Catholic schools within the area. Our Sales Adviser on site will be able to provide you with contact details on request.
With the superb diversity of Glasgow city centre within reach by public transport, Newton Park has access to an exceptional choice of theatres, cinemas, live music venues, galleries and museums. The wide selection of bars and restaurants in Cambuslang is complemented by a Showcase multiscreen cinema and a Hollywood Bowl approximately eight miles to the North, and the attractions of East Kilbride Shopping Centre, a short distance from Newton Park, include an Odeon Cinema and an ice rink as well as dining and shopping.
There is a bottle bank in the car park of Whitefield Bowling Club, a little over a mile and a half from Newton Park, and facilities for accepting most household metal, card and paper packaging, plastic bags, clothing and shoes at Morrisons, a little further on.
Sport & Leisure
Newton Park is well served by leisure amenities in and around Cambuslang. Burnhill Recreation Centre offers gym and sport hall facilities, and the Lifestyle Centre in Glenside Drive provides a swimming pool, indoor and outdoor sports facilities and a dance studio. There is also a recreation centre for young people, with an activity hall and a Thai boxing club, at the Halfway Recreation Centre. Nearby golf courses include the Calderbraes, Cambuslang and Sandyhills clubs. The more unusual activities in the area include the exciting Scotkart indoor go-kart racing circuit in Cambuslang.
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