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Frankfield Loch

£162,000 - £265,000

Our new phase at Frankfield Loch in Stepps will comprise of 125 units from our Scottish house type range. There will be a variety of homes to suit all types of buyers with a mix of 2 and 3 bed semi-detached and terrace homes together with a range of 4 bed properties.

Off Cumbernauld Road - Stepps - North Lanarkshire - G33 6NT

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    Our development of new homes at Frankfield Loch, off Cumbernauld Road in Stepps offers a choice of 125 two, three, and four bedroom terraced, semi-detached and detached family homes in a location that enjoys a semi-rural location with great transport links and the tranquillity of Frankfield Loch itself is on the doorstep.

    It is within very easy reach of the M8 and A80/M80 which makes travel to Edinburgh, Glasgow and Stirling easy, plus the local train station is under a mile away and offers an excellent service to and from Glasgow Central. 

     

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    Community Benefits

    • Varied house types and styles, designed in conjunction with new ‘Designing Streets’ will generate an exciting, friendly neighbourhood
    • Retain and improve the existing environment to support and allow access to public for their future enjoyment of Frankfield Loch nature reserve.

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    Save the frogs campaign with local children from Stepping Stones Nursery.

    We’ve provided support for the Froglife charity to carry out vital research into the migration habits of the frog population that lives with Frankfield Loch using the amphibian tunnels that have been designed as part of our overall development.  The results of this research will help to inform the team if the tunnels have had a positive impact on the local frog population.

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