Estate and Letting Agency Service – Areas We Cover

From one bedroom flats in the heart of Glasgow’s City Centre, suburban villas in Renfrewshire to country homes and homes of distinction in Scotland’s capital, Vanilla Square offer their unique estate and letting agency service to homeowners across Scotland.

Glasgow West

The West End of Glasgow is one of the most sought after areas to live for its rich history, architecture, parks and nightlife. The area has a distinctly bohemian feel, reflected in its many independently owned cafés, boutiques and restaurants. Furthermore, the area boasts some of the oldest and most beautiful buildings in the city including the University of Glasgow and the Kelvingrove Museum.

In terms of housing, the West End comprised everything from starter flats to luxury townhouses and new builds, catering for anyone’s living style and budget.

Glasgow North

North Glasgow extends out from the north of the city centre towards the suburbs of Bearsden, Milngavie and Bishopbriggs in East Dunbartonshire and Clydebank in West Dunbartonshire. These towns offer the more idyllic suburban setting while still being situated a stone’s throw from the city centre. Popular with families and commuters to the city, areas such as Bearsden offer exciting housing opportunities in safe and close-knit communities.

Glasgow South

Glasgow's South Side is a large area south of the River Clyde with lots of distinct areas and plenty of attractions. One of the biggest attractions on Glasgow’s South Side is Pollok Country Park where you’ll find the Burrell Collection with its fascinating range of art exhibits. Glasgow’s South Side is also the home of Hampden, Scotland’s national stadium where the national football team plays their home matches. The venue also hosts a number of celebrityconcerts such as Beyonce or Coldplay. The South of Glasgow offers a real feeling of community with lower prices than other areas in the city. This is further supported by great schools and multiple transport links to the city.

City Centre

The City Centre of Glasgow encompasses six different areas: the Merchant City, Collegelands, Townhead, Cowcaddens, Garnethill, and Charing Cross. These areas offer some of the finest properties in the city, often fitting modern renovated flats in Glasgow’s beautiful Victorian architectural buildings. Glasgow is one of the liveliest cities in the UK and offers a thriving contemporary music scene. With an array of live music venues throughout the city, the chances of catching a live act are very high. Buzzing with shops, restaurants, cafes and clubs, the City Centre is a wonderful place for modern living.

Inverclyde

Situated on the West coast of Scotland, Inverclyde was historically part of Renfrewshire. Displaying its own status as a council, Inverclyde has seven towns and villages to its name. From the small beautiful and tranquil Quarrier’s Village, to the old industrial port towns of Greenock and Port Glasgow, Inverclyde offers some of the most stunning scenery in Scotland.

In terms of living, a lot of new families establish themselves in Inverclyde for its quiet living and lower costs.

Renfrewshire

Renfrewshire encompasses a large area to the west of Glasgow. The area’s main settlement is Paisley with a population of 80,000 people. Renfrewshire also has beautiful small villages such as Bridge of Weir. These smaller villages offer the perfect balance between tranquil country life & close access to the city. This makes Renfrewshire an ideal location to live for commuters who can enjoy the beautiful country-side while still being within driving distance of Glasgow. Furthermore, the area has fantastic transport links & schools making it the ideal choice for young families.

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Glasgow West

The West End of Glasgow is one of the most sought after areas to live for its rich history, architecture, parks and nightlife. The area has a distinctly bohemian feel, reflected in its many independently owned cafés, boutiques and restaurants. Furthermore, the area boasts some of the oldest and most beautiful buildings in the city including the University of Glasgow and the Kelvingrove Museum.

In terms of housing, the West End comprised everything from starter flats to luxury townhouses and new builds, catering for anyone’s living style and budget.

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