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The lounge extends from a traditional bay window through double doors into the family dining area and adjoining kitchen, a flexible space featuring french doors. Two of the four bedrooms have built in wardrobes, and a cleverly shared private shower room means that three of them have en-suite facilities
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 being a pleasant place to live. So here’s some useful information about the area around Springhill Meadows
Originally a cluster of separate villages, Barrhead is a pleasant town with lots of green spaces and open outlooks. Close to the M77, it has good bus links with Glasgow, Paisley and other centres. Trains from Barrhead Station, around a mile from the development, reach Glasgow Central in approximately 25 minutes, and there are also direct connections to Kilmarnock and Newcastle. A new Barrhead South railway station, on the Neilston to Glasgow Central line, promises to be even closer to the development.
There are Tesco, Lidl and a few other high street stores in the Kelburn Centre, just over half a mile away. The larger selection of shops around Main Street includes pharmacies, a butcher, bakeries and takeaways, convenience stores and newsagents, Asda and Iceland supermarkets and a large post office. For a wider selection of high street stores including fashion and electronics, sport and leisure alongside a choice of restaurants and a 14-screen Vue cinema, the popular Silverburn Shopping Centre is just three and a half miles away.
From Kingston Bridge, follow signs for Kilmarnock until M77 junction 4, then bear left for Newton Mearns via the B762. Take the second exit at the first roundabout and the third exit at the next, for Stewarton. At Westacres roundabout take the Barrhead exit. After a mile and a half, entering Barrhead, turn first left into Springfield Road. Three quarters of a mile on, at a crossroads turn right and, quarter of a mile on, the development is on the right.
Follow the A726 to the Hurlet junction and at the lights tur r ight into the A736, for Barrhead. At Dovecotehal lRoundabout take the third exit and drive through Barrhead town centre, then 130 yards after passing the tower of the museum turn left into Railston Road.Turn left at the end of Railston Road and the development is on the left, half of a mile on.
Sat Nav: G78 2AA
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