Heatherbank Farm is set in the rural location of the East Renfrewshire countryside and is an ideal place for a tranquil retirement. The park has the lush countryside backdrop but also is located half an hour from the lively city of Glasgow.
The park itself boasts a village community and has a range of old and new homes, there are currently one-hundred and forty-five homes on site. Buyers may choose to create a personalised home by purchasing a plot or may choose to buy an already established home. Homes on the site all feature landscaped gardens, are fully furbished and have block paved driveways. The homes are also well-insulated to minimise heating costs in winter. The park is pet friendly, has garages, an onsite manager, visitor parking and disabled access.
The parks location means residents can enjoy all the features of the East Renfrewshire countryside and being located just over two-miles from a railway station opens access to further away places. The Dams to Danrnley Country park is just under five-miles from the park and takes thirteen-minutes to drive to. The country park is steeped in history and is home to an abundance of wildlife, the park provides recreational activities through a network of paths for walking, cycling and horse riding. The award-winning Greenbank garden is just over ten-miles from the park which has a stunning walled garden with an outstanding array of different plant species. The gardens also feature a shop and tea rooms. Residents will have great options for both fishing and golfing due to the East Refrewshire area with great lakes boasting several species of fish and eight different golf courses and the Caldwell Golf Club is a mere five-minute drive from the park. East Renfrewshire has great eateries. At a walking distance, just under two miles from the park, is the Uplawmoor Hotel which serves traditional Scottish food and the Pad Coffee Shop is a seven-minute drive from the park. East Renfrewshire has a great range of friendly local pubs as well as fine-dining restaurants, cosy cafes and takeaways which can be enjoyed by Heatherbank Farm residents.
Glasgow city is half-an-hour’s drive from the park. The city is jam packed with leisurely activities which are perfect for a family day out with grandchildren visiting, these include the Glasgow Science Centre, Loch Lomond Aquarium and the Snow Factor. The Glasgow Botanic Gardens boosts stunning scenery and has both heritage trails, a café and a tea rooms on site. The Glasgow Cathedral is also often visited due to its thousand-year-old history and stunning architecture.
Heather Bank Park