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Hermitage Grange

£214,500 - £308,000

Our development of new homes off Cardross Road offers a choice of 95 two, three and four family homes in one of Argyll and Bute’s most sought-after and desirable locations which offers an excellent balance of open space, local facilities and entertainment for easy family living. 

Helensburgh itself benefits from exceptional transport links, and is well-positioned to take advantage of the A814 and the M8.  The local train station offers regular services into Glasgow and beyond.

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Move in 2018 - Part Exchange Available.

 

Off Cardross Road - Helensburgh - Argyll and Bute - G84 7JW

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    • Part exchange available

      4 bedroom Detached house from

      £308,000

      The thoughtful and practical layout of this home includes an impressive lounge to the front, a separate dining room and a stylish fully-fitted kitchen with an informal breakfast area. Upstairs, the landing leads to four well-proportioned bedrooms with luxurious master en suite and spacious family bathroom.

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      4 bedroom Detached house from

      £308,000

      Upgraded Kitchen & Other Extras Included! The thoughtful and practical layout of this home includes an impressive lounge to the front, a separate dining room and a stylish fully-fitted kitchen with an informal breakfast area. Upstairs, the landing leads to four well-proportioned bedrooms with luxurious master en suite and spacious family bathroom.

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    • Part exchange available

      4 bedroom Detached house from

      £298,000

      Upgraded Kitchen & Other Extras Included! This home has space for a growing family. An open-plan kitchen/breakfast area with French doors offers ideal informal family dining. Downstairs also boasts a spacious lounge, separate dining room and a study is which a perfect home-office or play space. Upstairs are four well proportioned bedrooms with a 'Jack & Jill' en suite to bedrooms 2 and 3, and the master bedroom is a stylish retreat with en suite.

    • Part exchange available

      4 bedroom Detached house from

      £294,000

      The Geddes home offers an open-plan kitchen area with french doors that lead to the rear garden. The separate dining room and spacious lounge are separated by French doors to offer real flexible living. Upstairs are four well-proportioned bedrooms with a master en suite and bedrooms 2 & 3 also boast a ‘Jack and Jill’ en suite.

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    Proud To Support Great Causes in Helensburgh.

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    Our £1,000 Community Chest Winners Are Revealed

    We’re delighted to announce the winners of our Community Chest initiative in association with the Helensburgh Community Advertiser. Readers of the Community Advertiser nominated their worthy causes from the local area to win a share of £1,000.  The voting was tied for first place and joint awards of £400 each have been made to Grey Matters and Helensburgh and Lomond Autism.  The remaining £200 was awarded to Visiting Friends SCIO.

    Each of the groups will use their cash boost from Taylor Wimpey to carry on their vital work and support in the local area. On receiving the cash award, Laura Hogg from Helensburgh & Lomond Autism said:  “We are overwhelmed with gratitude to be selected by our local community as joint winners. We are already thinking of ways we can put the funds to great use, such as fun holiday activities.  We really do appreciate this.”

    Alison Gildea who organises Grey Matters said:  “The group are delighted! Thank you so much. Grey Matters is about giving older people a voice in their community, but it’s also about tackling loneliness and isolation in older people. The group doesn’t take a break and operates all year round, including holiday times when people are often more isolated. The money from the Community Chest will fund festive activities so people have something to look forward to over the Christmas and New Year period”

    Visiting Friends representatives Jayne Burnett and Ian Davis said: “Thank you! Visiting Friends is thrilled to receive this money, because it will ensure that we can continue to make a difference to the lives of lonely and socially isolated, elderly people in our community. It will be used to fund social activities for our clients and volunteers, which will become especially important as we approach autumn and winter.”

    Audrey Ross, Sales and Marketing Director adds: “Our Community Chest project is a great way to recognise the unsung heroes that are found in the local communities where we build new homes. 
    “It makes our team incredibly proud to have the opportunity to make this type of donation that goes right to the heart of making a difference locally.  We’re thrilled for each of the these local deserving causes, and thank you to everyone who took the opportunity to take part.”

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    Isa MacKinnon from Grey Matters, Fiona Neeson and Laura Hogg from Helensburgh and Lomond Autism and Ian Davie and Jayne Burnett from Visiting Friends SCIO receive their cheques from Emma Carter (Taylor Wimpey Sales Executive) alongside Stuart Mainland (Editor of the Community Advertiser).

     
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This development is managed by the West Scotland Taylor Wimpey regional office