More About the Central Scotland Area 

Northwood Central Scotland cover the entire Central Belt between the East of Glasgow and the West of Edinburgh.

Central Scotland is a richly diverse area encompassing the ancient towns of Stirling, Falkirk and Lanark as well as the modern and vibrant Livingston, East Kilbride and Hamilton. The area also includes post industrial giants that have progressed successfully into important centres of service and culture such as Motherwell, Coatbridge and Airdrie.

For those looking for easy commuting to Glasgow, we sell and manage properties in local areas including Bothwell, Uddingston,Blantyre, Moodiesburn and Cumbernauld.

Edinburgh commuters will find the towns of West Lothian such as Armadale, Broxburn and Bathgate offer county-town living combined with excellent transport links.

Central Scotland is well served by the motorway system and has an extensive network of train routes.

There are numerous opportunities for leisure pursuits with a wide choice of theatres, cinemas, gyms, pubs and restaurants. Outdoor enthusiasts are well catered for with remote hills and loch trails. Look out for glimpses of golden eagle, peregrine, red deer, pine martin and red squirrels. In the summer our visitors include the majestic osprey.

For the business- mined, Central Scotland has a world-wide reputation as a commercial and financial centre with modern, efficient transport links including the massively successful Glasgow and Edinburgh Airports offering flights to an extensive variety of holiday and business destinations.

Things to love in Central Scotland

Central Scotland is the perfect place to live and work. There are a range of big towns and small villages and all are well served by the well integrated transport systems. The Central Scotland Motorway Network allows the commuter easy travel throughout the Central Belt and beyond. Stirlingshire with its majestic castle, fascinating history and wonderful scenery. The Kelpies and the Falkirk Wheel are true international visitor attractions. Make sure you visit the Kelpies after dark to experience the unique atmosphere of these wonderful pieces of art. Lanarkshire has a proud industrial heritage and remains a powerhouse of commerce with New Lanark being an inspirational place to visit, where you can experience life as it was in the early pioneering days of socially responsible industry. Clackmannanshire – “The Wee County” nestles at the foot of the Ochil Hills offering spectacular scenery and easy access to Glasgow and Edinburgh. West Lothian sits on the Western edge of Edinburgh, Scotland’s capital.


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