Email Lorna "Selling my first property was made an absolute pleasure" I can't recommend Wilson and all the women at Clyde Property Falkirk enough!
Selling my first property was made an absolute pleasure and as stress-free as possible whilst I went on holiday. Happy to report that between us the place was sold within 5 days. Will use again if ever possible. The service given was both friendly and professional. We were continually kept up to date with what was happening regarding the marketing of the house.
The house sold very quickly which we credit to the good work of the Falkirk team. We would have no hesitation recommending Clyde Property, Falkirk, to anyone thinking of selling their property. Bunyan July "Would recommend in a heartbeat" I can't thank Clark, Ann and Rhona enough for their hard work selling my house.
The brochure photos were perfect, their communication was excellent and I'd accepted an offer only 2 weeks after my house went on the market. Can't fault them and would recommend in a heartbeat. My house was sold in a very short time and the dealings I had with them were first class - I wouldn't hesitate to recommend them. Gillian Condie June "Kept us up to date with new property on the market" Good service, our house sold in 2 days.
Kept us up to date with new property on the market, and we even viewed 3 houses in one evening. Would definitely recommend them to anyone, very professional. I checked out as much as I could, from looking at different web sites to simply driving around the streets locally checking what Estate Agents had their for sale boards up and how long they were up until they appeared as Under Offer or sold.
Clyde Property came out in my opinion as being way ahead of the competition. When it came to selling our house we interviewed two Estate Agents, Clyde Property and one other. From the initial discussions through to the sale Clyde staff were professional and courteous always giving advice but never forceful in their approach and they always insisted that we think about every decision before finalising it. Based on our experience we would have no hesitation in recommending Clyde Property to anyone to sell their property.
Iain Mitchell Sales client, Falkirk branch November These are just a small selection of what our clients have said about us, view more on our testimonials page. Falkirk has a population of about 35, and is served by two rail stations, Falkirk High being a stop on the Edinburgh-Glasgow line, ideal for commuters. There are various schools to choose from and a large college campus, The Forth Valley College. There are many bars and restaurants within a thriving town centre.
In more recent years, the Falkirk Wheel and The Kelpies have become particularly popular tourist draws. Not far from the heart of town you will find the historic centre of Callander House and Callander Park grounds. Polmont is the largest settlement, with a population of 5, residents. Occupying a central position there is good access to the M9 and M80 motorways, with a rail link at Polmont station on the Edinburgh — Glasgow line.
Many scenic locations can be seen in these central villages, such as the Ochill Hills, River Forth and Carinpapple Hill. There are local parks to enjoy and a shopping centre in Polmont with cafes, restaurants, pubs and convenience stores to hand. Avonbridge Avonbridge is a small village in the Falkirk council area, 4. The village is close to the West Lothian council border line and lies at the junction of the B and B roads.
Amenities include a parish church, post office and a primary school. The village crosses the river Avon, hence the name Avonbridge. Beecrags Country Park is 7. Boness Boness is a coastal parish town in the Falkirk council area, 6.
It has an estimated population of around 14, Primarily a commuter town, residents travel to work in Falkirk, Edinburgh and Glasgow using the accessible road and rail links. Points of interest include Bo'ness and Kinneil Railway, a heritage railway site with 5 miles of track and three stations operated by the Railway Preservation Society.
Grangemouth Grangemouth is a town in the Falkirk Council area, 3 miles 4. The town is in the Forth Valley area and has a population of 17, Grangemouth refinery is the biggest employer in the area, with the town also acting as a commuter dwelling for workers across the central belt. The town has four primary schools and the recently refurbished Grangemouth High School with a new indoor pool, football grounds, dance studio and a gym.
The Kelpies and Helix Park is the main draw for tourists to the area — developed as part of a millennium project with the aim to transform unused land into a urban greenspace of interest.
The Kelpie structures host a visitor experience. Stenhourmuir is the larger population of the two towns, with 10, residents Larbert has 9, The two towns share certain amenities with each other, with Larbert train station, on the Glasgow, Edinburgh and Stirling lines, serving both places.
Forth Valley Royal Hospital is in Larbert. Stenhousmuir has most of the shops, the local high school, health centre and local government offices. A renovation saw a new library with a community space, football pitch and new shops, including a new ASDA superstore.
The prestigious Glenbervie House Hotel, a Victorian Manor house turned hotel and wedding venue, lies on the outskirts of Larbert. Airth Airth is a royal burgh, part of the Falkirk Council area, 8 miles 13 km north of the town of Falkirk.
The population of the village is 1, residents. The village sits on the banks of the River Forth and on the A road between Grangemouth and Stirling. There are a small number of historic houses and two market crosses in the village. The ancestral home of the Dunmore family, there are walled gardens and hothouses that grew fruit, including pineapples!
All the villages are adjacent to the M80 and M, making them ideal commuter spots to settle, with motorway access to Glasgow and Edinburgh, as well as Falkirk town and Stirling. Dunipace is mostly residential with a few amenities including a primary school, post office, shops and two pubs. Head of Muir also has a primary school, convenience store and a butcher. The Falkirk Wheel is the biggest attraction nearby, and Helix Park and the Kelpies are further to the east, towards Grangemouth.
Bonnybridge Bonnybridge is a small village in the Falkirk Council area, with a population of 6, It lies 4 miles 6. The village lies just off the M motorway, providing good access for motorway links to Glasgow and Edinburgh. The nearest rail link is Camelon station, 3.
The Falkirk Wheel is the biggest attraction nearby, and Helix Park and the Kelpies are further to the east towards Grangemouth. Roman history can be viewed nearby, with well-preserved parts of the Antonine Wall and remnants of Rough Castle Fort standing just south-east of the village.