Uddingston Properties for Sale
Buying a House and Home in Uddingston
Lanarkshire Law Estate Agents specialise in selling homes and properties in and around Lanarkshire and the surrounding areas. Our agents are local, have 10 years in the industry 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 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.
Uddingston is a town in North Lanarkshire, Scotland. The town is located on high ground on the south bank of the River Clyde, about 10 miles (16 km) southeast of Glasgow city centre. Uddingston is within the Greater Glasgow urban area and borders both Hamilton and Bellshill. Historically part of Lanarkshire, the town was incorporated into the post-1975 Strathclyde region and then subsequently absorbed into North Lanarkshire in 1996.
Uddingston is also the home to Tunnock's caramel wafers and teacakes which are made in Uddingston. The 1890-founded family business is still in town. Factory tours can be booked a year in advance. The factory is near a tea room and bakery. Viewpark Gardens features Japanese and Highland plant displays, four glasshouses, and water features. There's also a Summer Flower Festival. Bothwell Castle, Scotland's largest 13th-century castle, is in Uddingston and has a golf course.
The town has several sports clubs, including golf, cricket, rugby, and hockey, and a children's play centre. Uddingston has stores, restaurants, cafes, and pubs. Trains run to Glasgow Central, and buses serve the town. Sir James Black, a Nobel Prize-winning pharmacologist from Uddingston, created beta-blocker drugs.
Housing in Uddingston
Uddingston has a variety of housing options available, from traditional terraced houses to more modern developments. There are plenty of estate agents in the area who would be more than happy to help you find your perfect home. Prices for houses in Uddingston vary depending on location and size, but you can expect to pay anything from £150,000 to £400,000 for a typical three-bedroom semi-detached house.
If you're looking for something a little bit different, Tannochside Park is a popular residential park for the over 50s which offers a selection of bespoke holiday homes set in beautifully landscaped grounds. Prices for homes in Tannochside Park start at around £120,000.
Letting Agents in Uddingston
There are also several letting agents based in Uddsington who can help you find the perfect rental property. Whether you're looking for a one-bedroom flat or a five-bedroom house, there's sure to be something to suit your needs and budget. Rental prices in Uddingston start at around £475 per month for a one-bedroom flat and go up to £1,500 per month for a five-bedroom house.
Uddingston is a great place to live for families and individuals of all ages. Looking to find a new Uddinston property to move into then click on the link to see what homes are available. There is a wide variety of housing options available to suit all budgets, and the town is well connected with excellent transport links to Glasgow city centre and beyond. With plenty of shops, restaurants, and other amenities, Uddingston has everything you need to make it your home.
Uddingston offers a bustling Main Street where you can find an array of shops and a great choice of restaurants and bars. The property is located within popular school catchments and for those commuting by public transport, there are regular bus and train services from Uddingston to the surrounding towns and cities including Glasgow and Edinburgh.
You could also use a web valuation tool to urge a fast estimate of what proportion the property is worth.
Get to know Uddingstine and its neighbour Bothwell by reading here