Estate Agents Hamilton
Hamilton is a sizable town in South Lanarkshire, Scotland (Scots: Hamiltoun; Scottish Gaelic: Baile Hamaltan [pal hamlthan]). It acts as the South Lanarkshire council district’s primary administrative hub. It is located 74 miles (120 km) north of Carlisle, 10 miles (16 km) south-east of Glasgow, and 37 miles (60 km) south-west of Edinburgh. At the point where the River Clyde and the Avon Water meet, it is located on the river’s south bank. The administrative centre of the contemporary local government of South Lanarkshire is located in Hamilton, the county town of the historic county of Lanarkshire.
With a population of about 55,000, the town ranks as the eighth-largest towns in Scotland. Together with the adjacent cities of Blantyre, Motherwell, Larkhall, and Wishaw, it makes up a sizable urban area.
The Hamilton family
The Hamilton family initially sided with the English during the Wars of Scottish Independence, and Walter Fitz Gilbert, the head of the Hamilton family, served as the English government’s governor of Bothwell Castle. After the Battle of Bannockburn, he later switched his allegiance to Robert the Bruce and gave him Bothwell. He received compensation for this deed in the form of a plot of land that the Comyns at Dalserf had lost, followed by the barony and lands of Cadzow, which would one day become Hamilton.
The Hamilton family built numerous notable structures in the region, including the Hamilton Mausoleum in Strathclyde Park, which has one of the 15-second-longest reverberation periods of any man-made structure.
Even today, the Hamilton family still own a significant amount of local land. The Dukes of Hamilton held court at Hamilton Palace until the early 20th century. 
There are some Covenanter relics in the former parish church’s cemetery. The performance hall and library are currently located in the historic Edwardian Town Hall. In 2002, the Townhouse complex underwent sympathetic refurbishment, and in summer 2004, it became accessible to the general public.  A further two miles (three kilometres) from the town centre, in Chatelherault Country Park, are the ruins of Cadzow Castle. 
The largest non-royal home in the Western world, Hamilton Palace, was situated in the town’s northeast. The former residence of the Dukes of Hamilton was constructed in 1695, significantly expanded afterwards, and destroyed in 1921 as a result of earth subsidence. It is widely recognised as having been one of Scotland’s grandest homes; Queen Victoria visited and adored it; and Daniel Defoe wrote about it.
Hamilton- South Lanarkshire
South Lanarkshire, a Scottish council district, includes Hamilton. The Hamilton-based unitary authority South Lanarkshire Council is responsible for providing local government services to the area. Three wards, each with 11 seats, make up Hamilton itself: Hamilton North and East, Hamilton West, and Earnock and Hamilton South.
Two Members of Parliament represent Hamilton in the House of Commons
In terms of house prices by Estate Agents Hamilton, Zoopla states that the average price for a property in April 2021 stands at £174,532. Meanwhile flats sold in Hamilton for an average of £102,573. Rightmove states that properties in Hamilton had an overall average price of £169,965 over the last year. Hamilton properties offer great value for money with the average price slightly lower than the average for Scotland and South Lanarkshire.
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