Lets talk Coatbridge with Lanarkshire Law Estate Agents
Lanarkshire Law Estate Agents are an award winning estate agents based in Bellshill, Airdrie and Coatbridge. Our independent estate agents are local, have a combined 20 years industry experience and have extensive knowledge within the property market that can help sell your home for its maximum potential. We appreciate how stressful selling your property can be and our intention is to provide a service second to none. We are experts in the local property market and provide a professional service.
Lanarkshire Law Estate Agents believe it is important to know local towns and what draws people in as well as factors that make properties more appealing in these locations. This can range from shopping facilities to local schools. Below we have compiled a list of some local areas we cater to and some facts that give a better understanding of the area and the housing market.
Coatbridge: Has a population of over 46,000 residents.
The Coatbridge region has a rich history. Settlements dating back 3000 years to the Mesolithic Age were uncovered in the Drumpellier lands in 1852, together with a circle of Bronze Age stone coffins. Other Bronze Age urns and artefacts have also been discovered in Coatbridge, and replicas of these artefacts may be shown at the Summerlee Heritage Park and Drumpellier Locks local museums. The town was established in the 12th century, when King Malcolm IV issued a Royal Charter to the monks of Newbattle Abbey. Together with its neighbour Airdrie, this borough was referred to as Monklands.
The end of the 18th century saw the construction of the Monkland Canal, which was initially built to transport coal from the abundant local mines to Glasgow. Coatbridge’s ironstone reserves could be fully utilised by the canal link and hot blast process thanks to the 1828 introduction of the hot blast furnace method.
Coatbridge, which is next to Airdrie, is home to more over 46,000 people. In Coatbridge, there are six local train stations that connect to cities like Airdrie, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Helensburgh, Cumbernauld, and a number of others. The Coatbridge retail park and nearby stores make it the perfect location for shopping.
The automatic telephone switchboard was created by Glasgow-based National Telephone Company engineer Daniel (Dane) Sinclair. The first automatic telephone exchange in the world was created when this technology was established in Coatbridge in 1886.
Historical Sites in Coatbridge
In Coatbridge, there are several historical sites to visit, including the Summerlee Museum of Scottish Industrial Life. The Douglas Support Estate has roots that go all the way back to the eighteenth century. Additionally, it has The Time Capsule Leisure complex and a number of sizable recreational parks. Albion Rovers, a local football team and stadium, were established there in 1882. Numerous high-street brands and neighbourhood independent shops may be found on the main street. Along with the Faraday Park, it has three major supermarkets: Tesco, Asda, and Lidl’s. The only shopping centre in the area, including Tesco Extra, M&S Simply Food, Next, and Argos as anchors. Matalan and Iceland Wholesale. B&Q Warehouse nearby. Additionally, there are McDonald’s, KFC, Burger King Costa, and two Greggs stores in Coatbridge, North Lanarkshire.
There are nineteen primary schools and three secondary schools in Coatbridge North Lanarkshire.
Property and Home Guide Coatbridge
According to Zoopla, in November 2020 the average property price in Coatbridge sits around £132,258 with flats being around £87,261. Rightmove states that properties in Coatbridge had an overall average price value of £118,038 over the last year.
More details of Coatbridge can be found on Wikipedia
For details on how to get the best price for your property by looking at our 8 Staging Tips for Selling Your property. For a FREE property valuation and get your local independent estate agents Coatbridge to come out as we provide fair and competitive pricing and a guide price for market value. Read our guides to selling a property and getting it ready for sale
We are the local experts and estate agent professionals call us now on 01698 441222
Sell your home with us, book your free no-obligation home valuation.
Our Estate Agent will work with you every step of the way to ensure we make selling your home as stress-free as possible.
Book your free valuation with one of our friendly local agents today to get started.BOOK A FREE VALUATION
Speak to us
Get started on your journey to a fast, stress-free sale by filling in our quick form, and we’ll be in touch with next steps.