With a separate laundry room for dealing with household management, the open-plan kitchen and dining provide an excellent space for the whole family to enjoy. The French doors also allow for the home to open out into the garden on the warmer evening. Upstairs, two of the four bedrooms have access to an en-suite shower, while the master bedroom also features built-in double wardrobes.RoomsGround
- Kitchen (3.23 x 4.223 m)
- Dining (2.977 x 4.223 m)
- Lounge (3.635 x 5.55 m)
- Laundry (1.818 x 2.737 m)
- WC (1.818 x 1.386 m)
About Newton Park
- Master Bedroom (3.464 x 3.319 m)
- Ensuite 1 (1.982 x 1.67 m)
- Bedroom 2 (3.492 x 3.173 m)
- Ensuite 2 (2.337 x 1.91 m)
- Bedroom 3 (2.475 x 3.173 m)
- Bedroom 4 (2.48 x 2.934 m)
- Bathroom (1.958 x 3.173 m)
Lying alongside the River Clyde, the attractive setting of Newton Park is one of the most convenient locations in Glasgow. A short walk from Newton train station and close to the M74 and M73, Newton Park is in easy reach of the city centre and the whole central belt. Set in spacious, attractively landscaped surroundings, these prestigious homes present a wonderful opportunity to combine modern living with comprehensive local amenities.
Newton Park is in easy reach of a wealth of open green spaces. Both Drumpellier Country Park, 500 acres of heath and grassland, woods and lochs with a rich diversity of wildlife, and the more formal Alexandra Park, with its children’s playgrounds, fountains, orienteering course and nine-hole golf course are less than four miles away. The vast Strathclyde Country Park, incorporating a water sports centre on the 200-acre Strathclyde Loch as well as extensive opportunities for walking and cycling in a variety of terrains, is just a little over five miles from the development. Fast access to the motorway network also makes it easy to access the Lanarkshire countryside.
With the superb diversity of Glasgow city centre within reach by public transport, Newton Park has access to an exceptional choice of theatres, cinemas, live music venues, galleries, museums and shops. The wide selection of bars and restaurants in Cambuslang is complemented by a cinema and a Hollywood Bowl approximately eight miles to the North.
Cambuslang and the surrounding area has a good choice of local shopping, including independent bakers and butchers, newsagents, chemists and a Post Office, and there is a small food supermarket in Westburn. East Kilbride Shopping Centre, around 15 minutes drive away, incorporates more than 180 retail, leisure and restaurant businesses within a mile of exciting malls.Opening Hours
We are pleased that our development sales centre is now re-open to visit. You can call, or make an appointment to visit online. You can also reserve your new home online. We look forward to welcoming you at a safe distance soon.DirectionsFrom Central Glasgow
Leave the M74 eastbound at junction 2A and take the third roundabout exit, for Cambuslang. Go straight on at one roundabout then, after passing under a railway bridge, follow signs for East Kilbride through two roundabouts. After 500 yards, at the roundabout take the second exit to join Clydeford Road, still following signs for East Kilbride. Cross the River Clyde into Cambuslang then take the first roundabout exit into Westburn Drive. Carry straight on at the next roundabout, then at the t-junction turn left into Westburn Road. Stay on Westburn Road for a mile, passing through one roundabout, and at the second take the first exit into Greyline Avenue. Take the first exit at the next two roundabouts to enter Harvester Avenue, and after taking the first exit at the next roundabout the development is on the left.Sat Nav: G72 6PYDisclaimer
The house plans shown above, including the room specifications, may vary from development to development and are provided for general guidance only. For more accurate and detailed plans for a specific plot, please check with your local Miller Homes sales adviser. Carpets and floor coverings are not included in our homes as standard.