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New build homes Renfrewshire

Located to the west of Glasgow, Renfrewshire offers easy commutes into the heart of the city, with access to the 108 square mile Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park for great hiking and biking.

Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park, spanning across Renfrewshire, Inverclyde and North Ayrshire, is a magnet for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers alike. As Scotland's largest regional park, you will have access to a diverse range of landscapes from rolling hills to tranquil lochs and rugged coastline from your new build home. Outdoor activities abound here, with extensive walking and cycling trails winding through woodlands, along shorelines, and up to panoramic viewpoints. The park's expansive waters, including Castle Semple Loch and Lochwinnoch, are ideal for water sports such as sailing, windsurfing and kayaking. Wildlife enthusiasts can spot a variety of bird species, including ospreys, golden eagles, and rare migratory birds.

If you’d rather spot ships on the Clyde, or do a spot of shopping head to Renfrew for the Braehead shopping centre or IKEA Glasgow. The M8 can take you onto Paisley, the largest town in Renfrewshire - Paisley boasts a rich cultural heritage and a bustling town centre complete with historic streets, shops and cafes, as well as an impressive Abbey. Near your new house, Johnstone is surrounded by golf courses and has the Gleniffer Braes Country Park on the doorstep, with great activities and trails.

Wherever you choose to buy your new build, you'll have excellent amenities, including shops, restaurants and recreational facilities, as well as easy access to Glasgow's bustling city centre. Your new home in Renfrewshire offers a quality lifestyle and endless opportunities for enjoying the great outdoors.

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Living in Renfrewshire

Living in Renfrewshire

Paisley is at the heart of the action in the east of the county. It dovetails into Greater Glasgow, shares its industrial heritage, and gives a focal point to a county that borders the Firth of Clyde and supports Scotland’s busiest transport infrastructure. It’s all go, but the satellite towns and communities here have had time to create their own character and heart, and they all play a key role. Renfrewshire works hard and plays hard too, and the great outdoors is there for the taking.  The western border of the county takes a detour into the Clyde Muirshiel Regional Park via Castle Semple Loch and Barr Loch. South of Paisley, you can head into the Glennifer Braies Country Park for your escape to the countryside.

Ongoing investment in the transport network through Renfrewshire is keeping the area well connected and on the move. The county’s great asset is Glasgow International Airport, Scotland’s second largest airport.