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The Kirkintilloch town centre provides a wide range of local amenities such as shops, supermarkets, bars, restaurants, a museum and schooling at both primary and secondary levels. Kirkintilloch has a unique and relatively unknown industrial heritage, as many everyday items like phone and postal boxes, gates and streetlights from across the UK take their origins from the local foundry. The Forth & Clyde canal also plays a significant role in the past, present and future of Kirkintilloch and an annual Kirkitnilloch Canal Festival attracts about 15,000 visitors in August.
Offers over £285,000
Accommodation - three bedrooms, lounge, dining room, sun room open plan kitchen, family bathroom, master ensuite • Fantastic detached bungalow within a sought-after pocket of Kirkintill...
Offers over £225,000
Enjoying a peaceful situation in a quiet residential street, this delightful three bedroomed chalet style villa offers an adaptable internal layout, with an attached garage and landscaped re...
We have been selling in this area over the years, now we bring our bespoke service even closer to you.More details