Dawn Homes Ltd - Montrose Gardens, G64
Standing in the centre of Torrance you are in no doubt that you’re in a traditional Scottish village and it’s difficult to believe that the Glasgow boundary is actually less than four miles away. Montrose Gardens is located on the north side of Torrance in what was once a market garden. The main road is officially the A803 but it’s better known as Campsie Road. It’s a farming area with miles of very pleasant views of hills, fields and hedgerows all around. The name Torrance is derived from the original Gaelic name “An Toran” meaning ‘under the hills.’
We are very pleased to have the opportunity to create our exclusive development, Montrose Gardens, in this very popular and desirable residential area. Torrance offers all the benefits of life in a relaxed rural village with immediate access to all the amenities of Scotland’s largest city, only four miles away. When complete, Montrose Gardens will be a small exclusive development of stylish homes with a variety of house styles offering 4 or 5 bedrooms. With the backdrop of the Campsie Fells the location of Montrose Gardens couldn’t be more impressive and you can be quite certain that our designers will once again produce a development of new homes that will delight the owners and enhance the area
It is hard to think of a recreational pursuit that is not available to the residents of Torrance. Walking, cycling, and jogging are locally very popular and not just because of the nearby canal with its level towpath going all the way across Scotland. Angling, golf, tennis, bowling and all the team sports are available and there are all the interest groups, recreational organisations and youth organisations you would expect in a mature residential setting. This is also a historic part of Scotland, being on the line of the Roman Antonine Wall and history groups are very active.
Glancing at a map you will see that Torrance is closely connected by road to several nearby centres like Kirkintilloch, Kilsyth, Milngavie, Bearsden, Bishopbriggs and, of course, the city of Glasgow. Bus services are long established and very reliable and the nearby towns also offer rail connections to Glasgow or Edinburgh and the rest of the UK rail network. Work is currently underway on the Bishopbriggs Relief Road, which is due to be completed late 2017.